Kurt Zouma was sentenced in the spring to 180 hours of community service for cat abuse and spoke for the first time on Friday on West Ham TV. Not too many scratches, we imagine, from the chain of his Premier League club, but the opportunity for the French international defender to return to this kick and this slap to his animal and the indignation that followed the sending off of the video: “It has been a difficult time for me and my family. Obviously I did something very wrong and I still apologize for what I did. I know it was very difficult for people to see this, and of course I’m sorry. »
“I’m trying to move on with my family and look to the future. That’s what I learned from, that’s the most important thing, I’d 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. That’s what I learned from, that’s the most important thing, I’d say. Obviously I had the support of many, many people around me who helped me stay focused on football and I’m trying to stay happy.” he continues. Kurt Zouma had also been banned from owning a cat for five years by the Thames Magistrates’ Court in London.