The Controversies Over Kurt Zouma Continue
The controversies surrounding Kurt Zouma have reached a boiling point, with the footballer apologising for kicking a Bengal cat in front of a child in the Central African Republic. The video shows Zouma picking up the cat, booting it across the kitchen, and chasing it around the dining room, all in front of the child. Kurt Zouma also slaps it in the face and drags it out of the child’s arms, despite the protesters’ attempts to intervene.
The 30-Million Friends Foundation,
An animal rights group, condemned the incident and called for Zouma to be banned from the national team. The organization has also filed a formal complaint against the player under the French penal code. Even though he is not a French citizen, this is still a serious matter and could result in a ban. France’s penal code enshrines tougher animal protection laws, which will be enforced from 2021 onwards. The penalty for mistreating animals is up to four years in prison and a fine of 50 euros.
West Ham United have apologised for their decision to fine Kurt Zouma, which was first reported by the Daily Mirror. The player has been fined £500,000 after a video of him dropping and kicking a cat was circulated online. The footage was posted by Zouma’s brother Yoan, and is a harrowing example of the footballer’s violent nature.
After signing for PS12m from Manchester United, Zouma was on loan at Grimsby Town.
This meant that he did not play regularly for the Blues until the start of the 2016-17 season. The BBC also reported that Chelsea had beaten Manchester United 6-0 on 21 October. On 4 January 2015, the BBC reported that Zouma made his 100th Chelsea appearance. On the same day, Foot Transferts published his name as a new player, who was later loaned to the English Premier League.
The midfielder’s blundering of a cat has sparked an outraged reaction. Despite being on loan to Grimsby, Zouma has already signed with the Premier League side. Earlier this year, the player was in the same position for a second time. On 1 January 2020, he made his 100th appearance for Chelsea. This is a great achievement for him and for the club.
In the same week, a video of Zouma hitting the cat has been shared widely on social media. The video was initially posted on Snapchat by Zouma’s brother on Sunday. In October, the BBC reported that a game between the two teams ended in a 6-0 result. On the following Sunday, the West Ham United game was reported as a 3-0 win for Zouma by Reddy, Luke, and Phil.
Although the video was originally posted by a journalist for the Liverpool Echo,
It has been shared by several others since. It was also first posted on Twitter by Zouma’s brother, who was one of the first to share the video on the social media platform. In addition to that, the video has been shared by fans of the Manchester United and Grimsby Town footballers. In the UK, Zouma’s first appearance for the club was on 1 January 2020, but the video has now been posted on Twitter this week.
The video of Zouma hitting the cat has been shared repeatedly on social media. The video was first posted on Sunday by Zouma’s brother, and later reported on earlier this week. Despite the controversy, the footballer has apologised and said there were “no excuses” for his actions. However, his reputation has been damaged after the video was posted. It is not clear whether he will remain at the club for the next 100 years.
The French football club has since suspended the French international striker.
The club, who named him after the late Jean-Claude Van Damme, have suspended the French player’s sponsorship. The Premier League and the English Premier League have also suspended the English club’s relationship with the club. But the scandal has caused a stir, with fans criticizing both the Frenchman and the Englandman. But there are some positives, too.
A West Ham official has apologised for the video. He apologized for the incident and says that he and his wife will “take appropriate action”. The two cats will be returned to their owners. Regardless of the outcome, a successful campaign will help the animal welfare cause. In the meantime, the scandal has hit the football world and Zouma’s reputation will continue to suffer. It has been reported that Zouma had been a victim of domestic abuse, and was sentenced to two weeks in prison.