Luxemburgo: I will ignore booboys
Grêmio boss Vanderlei Luxemburgo dismissed the fan protests after a drab 0-0 draw against Coritiba.
Luxemburgo told reporters after the match: "If it was just those guys who sit behind my seat, do not boo me. They were swearing at me and asking me to replace players."
The coach also reflected on the draw: "If we had an apathetic team, then yes the fans can leave upset. But our team came off sad because they didn't get the result. And that's good. It's good to have a team that feels hard done by the result.
"I will not see the fans complicate the situation. We peppered the goal. Football is like that, we had the chances to kill the game."
Grêmio striker Kleber also commented on the booing: "Fans are entitled to do what they want. If you think you have to boo, then boo. If you think you have to applaud, then applaud. I've been booed and applauded and I'm still here."
Grêmio remain in third place after the draw and are four points ahead of nearest rivals São Paulo.