Julio Comparada has been re-elected as the president of Argentinian giants Independiente.
Comparada, who succeeded Andres Ducatenzeiler in 2005, will remain in the position until 2011 after beating his opponent Nurhayr Nakis by a large margin.
One of the big achievements in Comparada's previous spell at the helm was the reconstruction of the Estadio Libertadores de America, where work is expected to be completed in February.
Independiente will be hoping for better fortunes next season as they ended the recent Apertura third from the bottom on 18 points, having managed just four wins, six draws and nine defeats.
• Guillermo Lorente has become the new president of Argentinian outfit Newell's Old Boys.
Lorente's appointment has brought an end to a controversial 14-year period with Eduardo Lopez, who cancelled elections throughout that time and is accused of threatening club members and players.
"The change starts today. We truly thank all the people who came to vote," said Lorente.
"This is something I cannot believe has happened but we are very happy for this achievement."
Newell's ended the Apertura in fifth position on 31 points, eight below the leading trio of San Lorenzo, Boca Juniors and Tigre.