Boca Juniors president Daniel Angelici has convinced Julio Falcioni to remain as coach after a lengthy meeting in Puerto Madero on Wednesday evening.
Reports surfaced yesterday that Falcioni had submitted his resignation following a dressing room clash with Boca idol Juan Roman Riquelme.
The incident occured in the wake of the goalless Copa Libertadores draw with Zamora, with Falcioni telling directors afterwards that he could not continue to do his job.
But it appears that he will now be staying on at the club after ironing out his differences in a meeting with Angelici, who claimed it was 'all a misunderstanding'.
The Boca president expressed his full support to the coach and even accepted several demands to persuade him to remain with the Argentian side.
Angelici also met with senior players in a bid to get the team totally behind Falcioni, although whether the relationship with Riquelme can be mended remains to be seen.
The midfielder has never hidden the fact that he does not approve of Falcioni's safety-first style of play and the pair apparently clashed in Venezuela this week.
Boca resumed training today, however, ahead of their Clausura meeting with Union Santa Fe on Sunday.