Aboubakar Kamara is a big man!
Having scanned the workplace, the question is not so much, which of the men of combat age could take the Fulham striker, but more of how many it would take to put up a reasonable fight.
One man who doesn't seem too bothered by the former Monaco muscle-merchant's bulging biceps pounding him into oblivion is team-mate Aleksandar Mitrovic, seemingly.
Fresh from the pair's rather public quarrel over penalty-taking responsibilities in the win over Huddersfield at the end of last month, the two lads have gone head-to-head again, in a YOGA STUDIO, of all places.
According to The Sun, the pair got physical with each other when Kamara, 23, irked his Serbian strike-partner, after being 'rude' to the team's teacher, during the decompression session.
It could prove to be the last straw for manager Claudio Ranieri, who claimed he was ready to 'kill' the Frenchman after the penalty incident. Having wrest control of the ball from assigned penalty-taker Mitrovic, and remonstrating with teammates, he subsequently went and missed. Not the best way to endear yourself to your work mates.
"I wanted to kill him."
There could be an awkward conversation between Aboubakar Kamara and Claudio Ranieri after the Fulham striker took penalty duties..and missed against Huddersfield.
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Fortunately for the beleaguered Cottagers, who currently lie five points from safety and one off the bottom of the Premier League ladder, Mitrovic would end up grabbing a stoppage time winner on that occasion.
Ranieri, who famously schemed the against-all-odds success of Leicester City in their march to the Premier League crown in 2016, is now reported to be looking to get rid of the French striker, who arrived in West London two summers ago.
With it looking increasingly likely that Dutch journeyman Ryan Babel will seal a six-month loan move to Craven Cottage in the coming days, it could be au revoir Aboubakar sooner rather than later.