Kurt Zouma, who was sentenced in the spring to 180 hours of community service for abusing a cat, spoke on West Ham TV for the first time on Friday. There aren’t many scratches from his Premier League club’s network, but we can imagine the French international defender’s chance to return to this kick and this blow to his animal, and the outrage that followed the broadcast of the video: “This is a very difficult time for me and my family. Obviously I was very wrong and I still apologize for what I did. I know it was very hard for people to watch, and I’m sorry. »
“I try to move forward with my family and look to the future. I learned from that, and that’s the most important thing, I would say.
“I have a lot of regret about it and now I’m trying to move on with my family and look to the future. I learned from that, and that’s the most important thing, I would say. Obviously I had the support of a lot of people around me who helped me focus on football and I try to stay happy. He continues. Kurt Zuma was banned from cats for five years by Thames Magistrates’ Court in London.