Fired contestant hits out at Lord Sugar
APPRENTICE contestant Azhar Siddique berated Lord Sugar for “making the wrong decision” after he became the latest hopeful to be fired. The 33-year-old founder and managing director of a catering and refrigeration company from Manchester reckoned he was shown the way out from the BBC show because he was “a threat”, following team Phoenix’s loss at the latest task. Each team had to buy wholesale products, sell them at a profit and then reinvest in the most popular stock. Team Sterling - led by Nick Holzherr - triumphed with total assets of £955.20, compared with £838.21 for Phoenix, which had Jade Nash in her first role as project manager.
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