BREAKING NEWS : Delia Smith ‘saddened’ at lack of Ipswich Town apology after can thrown

Norwich City co-owner Delia Smith expressed disappointment that Ipswich Town had not issued an apology following an incident where her car was hit by a can of lager outside their stadium. The 82-year-old celebrity cook’s vehicle was targeted with chants and projectiles as she arrived for a derby match at Portman Road on December 16. In a statement, Smith thanked opposing fans for their supportive messages but implied criticism toward the club for their silence on the matter. Ipswich Town declined to comment. Smith and her husband, Michael Wynn Jones, acknowledged the positive messages and even flowers from Ipswich Town supporters expressing regret for the incident. The couple, who are joint majority shareholders of Norwich City, along with Mark Attanasio, expressed sadness over the lack of a public apology from Ipswich Town, with whom they have had a positive relationship during their 28-year tenure.

Norwich City owner Delia Smith admits she is 'saddened' by lack of apology from rivals Ipswich after a can was thrown at her car and supporters chanted 'scum' at her before last

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