Now French soccer stars are turning to disgraced Premier League player Kurt Zouma

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Now French soccer stars are turning to disgraced Premier League player Kurt Zouma after cat-kicking video

  • French football stars have slammed Kurt Zouma after he was filmed kicking his cat
  • World Cup winner and ex-Chelsea star Frank Leboeuf said he was ‘disappointed’
  • Mr. Leboeuf in an Instagram video had asked the disgraced Zouma if he had “lost it”










French soccer stars have turned to disgraced Premier League player Kurt Zouma after he was filmed kicking and slapping his cat.

The latest to criticize West Ham defender Zouma is World Cup winner and ex-Chelsea star Frank Leboeuf.

Responding to the shocking video of Zouma, 27, attacking his Bengal cat, Mr Leboeuf asked if the disgraced player had “lost” him in an Instagram video.

French soccer stars have turned to disgraced Premier League player Kurt Zouma (pictured) after he was filmed kicking and slapping his cat

He said: ‘I don’t understand. You played at Chelsea, we had the same number. We talked. I thought you were a good guy, but what are you doing?

“It’s like hitting a child. You have to look at yourself. They have to take your cats. I’m so disappointed. So disappointed.’

France coach Didier Deschamps said Zouma’s behavior was intolerable.

Despite the video emerging, West Ham boss David Moyes has selected Zouma for the Hammers’ clash against Leicester today.

Responding to the shocking video of Zouma, 27, attacking his Bengal cat, Mr Leboeuf asked if the disgraced player had it

Responding to the shocking video of Zouma, 27, attacking his Bengal cat, Mr Leboeuf asked if the disgraced player had “lost” him in an Instagram video.

The latest to criticize West Ham defender Zouma is World Cup winner and ex-Chelsea star Frank Leboeuf (pictured in 1999)

The latest to criticize West Ham defender Zouma is World Cup winner and ex-Chelsea star Frank Leboeuf (pictured in 1999)

West Ham vice-chairman Karren Brady claimed Zouma had “no defence” before insisting the footballer was “extremely remorseful”.

Baroness Brady claimed Zouma was on a “journey of re-education and atonement”. It has also been suggested that Zouma will attend animal welfare courses by the RSPCA.

But the charity denied any involvement in helping the defender.

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