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Graeme Souness Goes In On Kurt Zouma Over Cat Abuse

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Graeme Souness Goes In On Kurt Zouma Over Cat Abuse

Graeme Souness was in typical bullish mood as the Sky Sports pundit went in on Kurt Zouma for abusing his cat, ahead of the Leicester City game.

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Zouma has been called out by a number of people over the past week for the video that saw the West Ham United defender kick and slap his cat.

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Michael Bisping was amongst those to condemn the Frenchman, and he wasn't even the only UFC star to do so, whilst Adidas even dropped the centre back as a player they sponsor.

Zouma started in midweek against Watford, and looked set to do so again on Sunday, this time against Leicester, after being named in the XI. However he was soon out of the reckoning as he picked up an injury in the warm up.

That didn't stop Souness though, with the former Liverpool man clearly having the barrels of his verbal gun already loaded and ready as he stopped presenter Dave Jones to say 'do we have time to discuss this' before launching into his tirade.

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Whilst most of the footballing world have condemned the former Chelsea player for his actions, more and more West Ham fans seems to be revelling in the criticism.

Along with defending the player, and the team's decision to play him, Hammers fans have been spotted singing songs in support of the 27-year-old.

They could also be heard supporting the player in the King Power Stadium during the game, despite Zouma not appearing due to the pre match injury.

Featured Image Credit: PA

Topics: West Ham United, Graeme Souness, Kurt Zouma, Premier League

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