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Alan Sugar

Alan Sugar

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  1. In a bold policy commitment, the Labour leader has said he would ensure all school leavers have an exit interview with Lord Sugar under a new 'Apprentice guarantee'. FULL ARTICLE AT NewsBiscuit

  2. Lord Alan Sugar asks four million Twitter followers to help HUNT DOWN prank caller

    The Apprentice bigwig posted the number of a man he blames for a series of irritating phone calls FULL ARTICLE AT Mirror.co.uk

  1. My one-week-old son’s first night at home was the worst – I leapt to the stupid conclusion that I was out of my depthMy son is one week old ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Observer

  2. The Premier League’s Hottest XI In Time For Valentine’s Day: Gorgeous Arsenal & Chelsea Stars Included

    If only looks counted... Forget the WAGs! In light of Paddy Power's  survey revealing who their hottest Premier League XI is - and with Olivier Giroud (who else) bagging the ... FULL ARTICLE AT Caught Offside

  3. Former Tottenham owner Alan Sugar believes the England national team will suffer after the Premier League's record TV deal. read more FULL ARTICLE AT Tribalfootball.com

  1. Sugar: England need more players like Tottenham's Kane

    Former Tottenham owner Alan Sugar is happy seeing the emergence of Harry Kane . England need more players like 21-year-old Spurs striker Kane, says Sugar. read more FULL ARTICLE AT Tribalfootball.com

  2. Roy Hodgson Must Drop Liverpool Star For Harry Kane Insists Former England Star

    The Tottenham star has been in amazing form at White Hart Lane... Former England player Darren Anderton believes that Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge must be dropped from the national team ... FULL ARTICLE AT Caught Offside

  3. Former Tottenham chairman Lord Alan Sugar believes that his former club will be powerless to keep Harry Kane if Real Madrid come calling. FULL ARTICLE AT FootballFanCast

  4. Tottenham won't be able to keep Harry Kane if Real Madrid come calling, says former chairman Lord Alan Sugar

    Former Tottenham chairman Lord Alan Sugar insists the club will be powerless to prevent Harry Kane from leaving White Hart Lane amid interest from Real Madrid. FULL ARTICLE AT The Daily Mail

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Wikipedia

Alan Michael Sugar, Baron Sugar (born 24 March 1947) is a British entrepreneur, media personality and political advisor. From relatively humble origins in the East End of London, Sugar now has an estimated fortune of £830m (US$1.16 billion), and was ranked 59th in the Sunday Times Rich List 2009 (a move up from 92nd in 2008 despite losing £100m). In 2007, he sold Amstrad, one of his large business... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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