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Zouma reports described as “premature”

There’s a growing belief that West Ham will be unchanged for the match against Leicester City on Sunday afternoon at the Power King Stadium.

Should that be the case then no doubt it will heap more controversy onto the Zoumagate situation but there is now more belief that he will be involved despite everything.

We reported yesterday that David Moyes was unlikely to replace him after an insider revealed that the situation would probably be left as it is until all probes have been completed and punishments decided.

And that has now been reported independently by ExWHUemployee who reports he will be left out “are premature.”

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However, the one certainty appears to be that the player will be hit with a two week wages fine with some in the club wanting him to work in animal sanctuaries to educate himself into pet abuse.

One key source explained: ” The money is all well and good but people who do this stuff need to understand the damage it can do. It would be a good idea for Kurt to get involved.

Meanwhile ExWHUemployee reports: “Reports on other West Ham sites that he’s definitely out for Leicester are premature. It could be the case if they decide that after the investigation, but as of now he is likely to play.”

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4 comments on “Zouma reports described as “premature”

  1. Play him.He did wrong but media getting ridiculous.

  2. The longer he plays the worse it will be for him when other authorities get involved. Agree that he should work as a volunteer at a pet sanctuary if any will have him to be educated on pet abuse and the effect it has on them.

    The club are right not to interfere with the Football side in 99.9% of cases but there are some things which require an intervention because they are bigger than the club. If Moyes won’t drop him they should challenge that on the grounds it goes against the Club values and is bringing the name of the club and it’s supporters into disrepute.

    • Glad to see the response is staying proportionate……

    • How long should the club ban him for? 2weeks, 6 weeks, 3 months, forever? Sack him? This is now becoming ridiculous. When will playing him cease to bring the club into disrepute? He’s been heavily fined and the money donated to animal charities. He’s appologised. He’s had his pets removed by the RSPCA. He will probably face charges. How many more punishments and for how long? Who decides when enough is enough? What he did was inexcuseable and stupid and he probably needs educating in matters of animal welfare. He will never live this down. However, there has to come a time when we must move on.

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