Neil Clough is a candidate on the ninth series of The Apprentice.
Age: 32; Occupation: Regional Manager – Soccer Centres; Lives: Altrincham, UK
Neil says he would be described as focused, determined and driven, by those that know him well, though his weaknesses include being overly competitive and very opinionated.
He is a Manchester United supporter and plays football regularly in an amateur league, having played semi-professionally in the past.
One of his first jobs was in telesales, which he cites as the role that kicked off his career.
He says: “I’m here to win. If that means being tough and making tough decisions, that’s exactly what I’m going to do.”
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