Aleksandar Mitrovic and Aboubakar Kamara got into a fight during a yoga lesson

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Fulham’s season is descending into complete and utter chaos.

Having spent more than £100 million in the summer, there was a genuine feeling that the Cottagers wouldn’t have to worry about relegation and could instead aim for a top-10 finish.

But we’re midway through January and Fulham are in the relegation zone and are showing no signs of getting out of it.

Claudio Ranieri’s appointment in November has failed to spark a revival and there’s a genuine possibility that the club will go straight back to the Championship.

Fulham’s case hasn’t been helped by rifts that are developing at Craven Cottage.

Vice-chairman Tony Khan told a supporter to “go to hell” after being urged to leave following the 2-1 defeat to Burnley on Saturday.

If that wasn’t bad enough, Aleksandar Mitrovic’s feud with Aboubakar Kamara is showing no signs of simmering.

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Mitrovic and Kamara's yoga fight

Kamara and Mitrovic argued over a penalty against Huddersfield last month, with the Frenchman wrestling the ball from Mitrovic before going on to miss from 12 yards.

And it has now emerged that the pair got into a fight during a yoga session.

Yoga is often used to relax but teammates had to intervene when Mitrovic and Kamara got at each other’s throats, according to The Sun.

The Serbian forward felt that Kamara had been rude to the yoga instructor and made his feelings known.

Ranieri was reportedly left stunned by the scene.

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The Fulham manager is now ready to get rid of Kamara, who doesn’t appear to be a positive influence in what is a struggling dressing room, in the January transfer window.

The 23-year-old was left out of Fulham’s squad for the trip to Burnley and did his standing with Ranieri no good when he took the penalty from Mitrovic against Huddersfield.

"I said to Aboubakar Kamara to leave the ball to Aleksandar Mitrovic, he is the man who shoots the penalties. It is unbelievable what he did,” Ranieri told BBC Sport.

"He did not respect me, the club, teammates and crowd. I spoke with him, it is not right.”

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