Jeff Wan slams the women on The Apprentice for bickering

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    The boys aren’t faring well on the current series of The Apprentice, having lost the weekly task both weeks since the show’s return.

    And second to meet the business end of Lord Sugar’s firing finger, Jeff Wan, has admitted he finds the girls of the series to be ‘unprofessional’ – despite winning every challenge so far.

    ‘I can’t really comment too much as I’ve only worked with the men, but it seems that the girls are all a bickering, chatty lot,’ he told MailOnline. ‘They want to do well but yes it’s quite unprofessional.

    ‘That being said – they keep on winning!’ 

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    'They bicker a lot - it's unprofessional!' Latest fired candidate Jeff Wan SLAMS the women on the current series... despite them winning every task so far

    ‘They bicker a lot – it’s unprofessional!’ Latest fired candidate Jeff Wan SLAMS the women on the current series… despite them winning every task so far

    Rivals: He told MailOnline: 'I can't really comment too much as I've only worked with the men, but it seems that the girls are all a bickering, chatty lot' before deeming them 'unprofessional'

    Rivals: He told MailOnline: 'I can't really comment too much as I've only worked with the men, but it seems that the girls are all a bickering, chatty lot' before deeming them 'unprofessional'

    Rivals: He told MailOnline: ‘I can’t really comment too much as I’ve only worked with the men, but it seems that the girls are all a bickering, chatty lot’ before deeming them ‘unprofessional’

    He went on to admit: ‘I don’t want to be a sore loser. They should be proud being in this situation and still winning against the boys.’

    Jeff, 28, admitted it was ‘heartbreaking’ to be booted off the show second.

    He said: ‘I personally think I went too early. It should have been Ross or James, it was a 50/50 split between which one should have gone. I didn’t get a chance to shine.

    ‘We were all at fault. There were a lot of faults left, right and centre. It wasn’t fair to highlight the fault of mine.’

    You're fired: Jeff, 28, admitted it was 'heartbreaking' to be booted off the show second, claiming: 'I personally think I went too early'

    You're fired: Jeff, 28, admitted it was 'heartbreaking' to be booted off the show second, claiming: 'I personally think I went too early'

    You’re fired: Jeff, 28, admitted it was ‘heartbreaking’ to be booted off the show second, claiming: ‘I personally think I went too early’

    Taking his place: He continued: 'It should have been Ross or James, it was a 50/50 split between which one should have gone. I didn't get a chance to shine'

    Taking his place: He continued: 'It should have been Ross or James, it was a 50/50 split between which one should have gone. I didn't get a chance to shine'

    Taking his place: He continued: ‘It should have been Ross or James, it was a 50/50 split between which one should have gone. I didn’t get a chance to shine’

    The week two task – which saw the teams set an interior design challenge – was failed by the boys due to various factors – with Jeff’s number crunching not being up to scratch.

    Due to his self-confessed ‘not great’ profit margins and over-spending from his teammates, he felt, in the end, he was used as a scapegoat.

    ‘They banded together and made it my fault,’ he said. ‘I think I could have won it, I wanted to get to the end of the process. It just wasn’t my time I guess. I wasn’t even project manager or sub-team leader.

    Not so dream team: Admitting he was not solely to blame, he added: 'We were all at fault. There were a lot of faults left, right and centre. It wasn't fair to highlight the fault of mine'

    Not so dream team: Admitting he was not solely to blame, he added: 'We were all at fault. There were a lot of faults left, right and centre. It wasn't fair to highlight the fault of mine'

    Not so dream team: Admitting he was not solely to blame, he added: ‘We were all at fault. There were a lot of faults left, right and centre. It wasn’t fair to highlight the fault of mine’

    Failure: The week two task - which saw the teams set an interior design challenge - was failed by the boys due to various factors - with Jeff's number crunching not being up to scratch

    Failure: The week two task - which saw the teams set an interior design challenge - was failed by the boys due to various factors - with Jeff's number crunching not being up to scratch

    Failure: The week two task – which saw the teams set an interior design challenge – was failed by the boys due to various factors – with Jeff’s number crunching not being up to scratch

    ‘I think it was unfair. I’m quite bitter about it. But I guess Lord Sugar is the one that has to live with it.’

    One lasting impression Jeff had on viewers of The Apprentice was his sudden bout of break dancing, midway through the task.

    ‘I’m a pretty good dancer. What they showed was the appetiser. We didn’t get to the main dish or dessert,’ Jeff said.

    Honest: Due to his self-confessed 'not great' profit margins and over-spending from his teammates, he felt, in the end, he was used as a scapegoat.

    Honest: Due to his self-confessed 'not great' profit margins and over-spending from his teammates, he felt, in the end, he was used as a scapegoat.

    Honest: Due to his self-confessed ‘not great’ profit margins and over-spending from his teammates, he felt, in the end, he was used as a scapegoat.

    ‘I learnt how to dance 10 years ago at uni in Canada, a load of us guys taught each other,’ he went on. ‘I wish I could do dance as my business, but it was a tech-related business plan.’

    Jeff has ‘parked the tech idea’ since being fired; he actually left his banking job at appear on The Apprentice.

    ‘I had a career but at the end of the day I would’ve regretted it if I hadn’t done the show. I have always been such a fan of it,’ he said.

    Bust a move: One lasting impression Jeff had on viewers of The Apprentice was his sudden bout of break dancing, midway through the task

    Bust a move: One lasting impression Jeff had on viewers of The Apprentice was his sudden bout of break dancing, midway through the task

    Bust a move: One lasting impression Jeff had on viewers of The Apprentice was his sudden bout of break dancing, midway through the task

    ‘I’d like to return, If they ever do a returning players season with ex-candidates,’ he went on. ‘I think it would be good. I’d like to see Karthik [Nagesan of last season] back. We’d come back and be played against each other.’

    Will Jeff follow Karthik’s lead and take a shot at a Celebrity Big Brother appearance.

    ‘No,’ he stated. ‘Reality TV was out of my comfort zone. I don’t begrudge those that do it. Do what you want, if that’s your thing, do It. But for the right reasons.’

    The Apprentice continues next Wednesday evening at 9PM on BBC One. 

    Its a no from me: Despite former contestants going on to star on CBB, Jeff admitted he would be leaving his telly days behind, adding: 'Reality TV was out of my comfort zone'

    Its a no from me: Despite former contestants going on to star on CBB, Jeff admitted he would be leaving his telly days behind, adding: 'Reality TV was out of my comfort zone'

    Its a no from me: Despite former contestants going on to star on CBB, Jeff admitted he would be leaving his telly days behind, adding: ‘Reality TV was out of my comfort zone’

     

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