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The Apprentice EXCLUSIVE: Fired Frank Brooks claims PM Tom Bunday should have been booted off for "lack of direction" during disastrous doughnut taskBy Rianne Addo For Mailonline Published: 17:01 EDT, 17 October 2018 | Updated: 19:54 EDT, 17 October 2018 Frank Brooks has admitted he is "gutted...

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The Apprentice EXCLUSIVE: Fired Frank Brooks claims PM Tom Bunday should have been booted off for ‘lack of direction’ during disastrous doughnut task

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Frank Brooks has admitted he is ‘gutted to leave’ The Apprentice after becoming the third candidate to be booted from the series on Wednesday.

The senior marketing manager, 27, failed to wow Lord …

The Apprentice EXCLUSIVE: Fired Frank Brooks (pictured) claimed PM Tom Bunday should have been booted off for 'lack of direction' during disastrous doughnut task

Fuming: In an exclusive interview with MailOnline, London native Frank claimed project manager Tom, 28, (pictured) should have been evicted from the series instead

Claims: He hit out saying Tom had a 'lack of direction' during this week's bespoke doughnut challenge
Gutted: He wasn't happy about leaving

Despair: Frank insisted Tom didn't his lead the team well during the task, and used his history in the boardroom as his justification to put him up for the boot

Bad news: He joined Jasmine Kundra and Tom Bunday in the boardroom

Bad times in the boardroom: The senior marketing manager, 27, failed to wow Lord Alan Sugar and his advisers Karren Brady and Claude Littner after being called into the boardroom

Not so tasty: Week Three saw the candidates manufacture and sell upmarket doughnuts to both corporate clients and the public

Bad taste: Frank also placed the blame for the team's failure on sponsorship consultant Jackie Fast - due to her idea on shaping the doughnuts into the letter 'B', which in turn, costed a lot of money

Change of team: This week's edition also saw business magnate Alan, 71, switch the groups around after the candidates were split into the 'Boys' and 'Girls' for he first two weeks

Utter shame: While he believes his time was cut short, he revealed he has a lot more in store for the future

Opinions: He said, 'Claude and Karen are very successful, a little intimidating yes, but they help Alan a lot'