FULHAM loaned Aboubakar Kamara to Dijon on deadline day after he reportedly refused to take part in a post-match training session.
The striker is said to have snubbed a warm-down after the Cottagers’ 2-2 draw at West Brom on Saturday.
Aboubakar Kamara left Fulham after ‘refusing to take part in a training session’Credit: Getty Images – Getty
And as a result, the West Londoners negotiated a deal to get him gone, according to the Mail.
Kamara reportedly turned down a move to Championship promotion hopefuls Middlesbrough.
And instead opted for a return to his homeland.
The 25-year-old did not come off the bench at the Hawthorns and was told to take part in a standard post-match mini-session for the subs.
He was reportedly instructed to take part in no uncertain terms but the striker allegedly chose not too.
He completed the loan deal to the Ligue 1 strugglers two days later with the negotiations described as ‘strained’.
Kamara is a controversial character and has hit headlines for his disruptive behaviour in the past.
In 2019 he was arrested on suspicion of assaulting a security guard at Fulham’s Motspur Park training ground.
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And the pair also clashed after Kamara was talking during a team yoga session.
Speaking about Kamara and Neeskens Kebano’s deadline day departures, Fulham gaffer Scott Parker said: “They haven’t played a lot of football.
“To be fair to them, I can’t offer them guaranteed football. The best thing for the dynamics of the squad is for those players to go and get some football.”
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