A rail company says a number of Ipswich Town fans refused to board one of its trains because it bore the name of Norwich City director Delia Smith.
The fans were trying to get from Cambridge to Ipswich to see the Blues play Brighton last Saturday.
They refused to board One Anglia's "Delia Smith" service.
The operator says it has a number of trains named after local celebrities
including the former Ipswich Town manager Sir Alf Ramsey.
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