Richard Naylor, affectionately known to the Town faithful as 'Bam-Bam', was involved in a flare-up with the unpopular manager when he went over to Warnock at the North Stand end, he said of the incident: "Neil Warnock looked as if he was winding up the crowd and I didn't take too kindly to it.
"I approached him and told him to get off the pitch. I was disappointed at us only getting a point and, perhaps, I let my frustration boil over a little, but I genuinely thought that he was doing the wrong thing by going over to the North Stand crowd and doing the 1-1 gesture.
"I didn't touch him and it was a question of handbags at 10 paces, although there was a bit of verbal. You could see the fans thought he was out of order and I certainly did.
"If he wants to go around doing things like that then that is up to him, I suppose, but you don't see the top managers doing things like that."Warnock could face a fine for the incident, after the referre noted it in his match report. Mr Warnock tried to defend himself by saying:
"His eyes bulged and he called me a few things that were unpintable. But he got the wrong end of the stick. All I was trying to do was tell the fans the final result - 1 - 1."
ITFM suspects that the Ipswich fans were well aware of the result already Mr Warnock!