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7 questions with…...Jack Clark

We talk to Schools Manager Jack Clark about his first car, his love of football and his not so much love for Peppa Pig!

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1
Favourite item you have ever bought or been given?

My first car. It gave me freedom to do all of my sports without parental hindrance.

2
You’re a bit of a sports fan. Which sporting event in history would you liked to have been at?

Not even a Manchester United fan, but in my childhood the biggest event whilst growing up was their treble season. I vividly remember my Dad and I sitting in the front room and jumping up and down as they scored the winner. As mentioned, not a United fan but the memory has always stuck with me…

3
Film you have loved in the past 6 months?

So many. I don’t really watch TV but when I get the chance to sit down when the girls are in bed, it is always a film. One of my favourites has to be Draft Day - all about American Football and I love sports films.

4
Name your three dream dinner guests?

It would have to be Ben Fogle to talk adventure, Dwayne “the Rock” Johnson to talk Ballers and Matthew Le Tissier to talk all things football and Southampton FC.  

5
Describe your perfect day if time, money or travel was not an issue?

My current perfect day would be to take the family skiing in Canada and then head over to Toronto to catch a Maple Leafs ice hockey game.

6
What would you never have at home?

If I had the chance, I would never have a Peppa Pig toy in the house again. Ever! Bain of my life picking them up!

7
Mantra you live by?

Work hard and you will be reap the rewards.

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