The programme concluded with Sugar awarding the prize fund to year-old Arjun Rajyagor.
Although Sugar's initial investment helped ease the financial troubles the club was suffering at the time, his treatment of Tottenham as a business venture and not a footballing one made him an unpopular figure among the Spurs fans. But the stock market crash of wiped millions off Amstrad's value.
He stated that he would not be joining the government, that the appointment was politically neutral, and that all he wanted to do was help businesses and entrepreneurs.
This was before entering the M2M market in In Octoberformer Tottenham striker Teddy Sheringham released his autobiography, in which he attacked Sugar as the reason he left Tottenham in He issued a statement to say: In the past year I found myself losing confidence in the party due to their negative business policies and general anti-enterprise concepts they were considering if they were elected.
Tories have claimed that he cannot work for the BBC and for the Government, although Lord Sugar has argued his role is advisory and "politically neutral".
In Amstrad bought the rights to the Sinclair computer product line and produced two more ZX Spectrum models in a similar style to their CPC machines.
The launch of a range of business PCs was marred by unreliable hard disks supplied by Seagatecausing high levels of customer dissatisfaction and damaging Amstrad's reputation in the personal computer market, from which it never recovered.
The money was donated to Great Ormond Street Hospital. Sheringham returned to Tottenham after his spell at Manchester United and continued to start for the first team until he was released in the summer ofat age