Spain coach Luis Aragones said he wouldn't resign despite his team's humiliating 3-2 defeat to Northern Ireland .
"I carry the biggest responsibility for what happened in the match, but I'm not going to tender my resignation to anyone," Aragones was quoted as saying by sports daily Marca on Thursday."
However the strong backlash to Spain's defeat and the subsequent media campaign have resulted in him tendering his resignation anyway.However the said resignation was then turned down by the Spanish Football Federation ."He has asked for two more days to take a final decision," federation spokesman Jorge Carretero said. "He has our total confidence and our support. He has the last word."
So two more days to go for the finally final decision !