He received a call-up in March 2013 for their qualifiers against Panama and Costa Rica and made his début in the 1–1 draw against Panama at Independence Park, Kingston on 22 March 2013. He then got his second cap four days later in the 2–0 defeat against Costa Rica at Estadio Nacional de Costa Rica, San José.
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Beckford's fame, however, rests as much upon his eccentric extravagances as a builder and collector as upon his literary efforts. In undertaking his buildings he managed to dissipate his fortune, which was estimated by his contemporaries to give him an income of £100,000 a year. The loss of his Jamaican sugar plantation to James Beckford Wildman was particularly costly. Only £80,000 of his capital remained at his death.
Beckford left two daughters, the younger of whom (Susanna Euphemia, sometimes called Susan) was married to Alexander Hamilton, 10th Duke of Hamilton, and inherited the majority of his collection, which was then moved north to Hamilton Palace, now demolished. The elder, Margaret Maria Elizabeth Beckford, married Lt-Gen. James Orde.
Henry Goodridge designed a Byzantine entrance gateway to the cemetery, flanked by the bronze railings which had surrounded Beckford's original tomb in Bath Abbey Cemetery.
On 31 January 2013, Beckford was called up to the Jamaica squad for Jamaica's fixture against Mexico but pulled out of the squad a day later with an injury.
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The Tower is an extraordinary building that stands today as the only surviving example of William Beckford’s great architectural achievements
Beckford was substituted at half time and replaced by Robert Snodgrass as a precaution against Hartlepool United after suffering a hamstring injury during the game. The injury ruled Beckford out of Leeds' JPT Northern Area final second leg against Carlisle United. Beckford also missed Leeds' game against Leyton Orient with the injury. Beckford returned from injury against Walsall. After a goal drought Beckford scored a goal (his 25th of the season) against Brentford in the 1–1 draw.
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In his post-match interview, Beckford won the hearts of Leeds fans by declaring that he had no intentions of leaving the club. When posed the question "Where do you see your own future?", he replied "What shirt am I wearing, bruv? You bein' serious?". The phrase has since been well publicised and T-shirts bearing the quotation can be purchased in the official club store.
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On 20 November 2014 he signed for Preston North End on loan until the end of the 2014–15 season, linking up with his former Leeds manager Simon Grayson once again.
Jermaine Paul Alexander Beckford (born 9 December 1983) is a Jamaican international footballer who plays as a striker for Preston North End. He began his career as a trainee at Chelsea, and has since played for Wealdstone, Uxbridge, Leeds United, Carlisle United, Scunthorpe United, Everton, Leicester City, Huddersfield Town, Bolton Wanderers and Preston North End.
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Beckford was approached by Grenada's coach Tommy Taylor with a view to playing for the Grenada national football team in May 2009. In May 2011, former Jamaican international Romel Wallen stated that Beckford was close to finalising an agreement to play for Jamaica.
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His other principal writings were Memoirs of Extraordinary Painters (1780), a satirical work; and Letters from Italy with Sketches of Spain and Portugal (1834), full of brilliant descriptions of scenes and manners. In 1793 he visited Portugal, where he settled for a while.
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He is remembered as the author of the Gothic novel Vathek, the builder of the remarkable lost Fonthill Abbey and Lansdown Tower ("Beckford's Tower"), Bath, and especially for his art collection.
On 5 May 1783 Beckford married Lady Margaret Gordon, a daughter of the fourth Earl of Aboyne. However, he was bisexual and after 1784 chose self-exile from British society when his letters to William Courtenay, later 9th Earl of Devon, were intercepted by the boy's uncle, who advertised the affair in the newspapers. Courtenay was just ten years old on first meeting Beckford, who was eight years older.
17 January 2010, Leeds United released a statement on their official website stating that Jermaine Beckford would be staying at Leeds until the end of the 2009–10 season ruling out any move for him in the transfer window. Beckford also released a statement on the club website stating he had withdrawn his transfer request and wanted to stay at Leeds to help get them promoted to the Coca Cola Championship.
On 28 September 2012, it was announced that Jermaine Beckford had joined Huddersfield Town on a 93-day emergency loan until 29 December, following a week training with the under 21 squad at his parent club Leicester City and a failed loan bid from the same club on 31 August. He made his debut the following day in the 3–2 loss to Watford at the John Smith's Stadium. He scored his first goal for the club in the 1–0 win over Birmingham City at St. Andrew's on 6 October 2012.
The Beckford sits on the northern edge of the beautiful Cotswolds. Only 20 minutes drive from the M5 this stunning 18th-century coaching inn is set in open countyside, just off of the A46. A walk to pub, only a 13-minute walk from Beckford Village Hall and 4.3 miles from Ashchurch for Tewkesbury train station.
He rediscovered his form, and in total he scored 18 goals for Preston in 31 appearances in all competitions, including a hat-trick in the play-off final at Wembley against Swindon Town on 24 May 2015 to win the club promotion to the Championship.
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On 2 March 2008, Beckford won two awards at the third annual Football League Awards at Grosvenor House Hotel in London. He received the award for League One Player of the Year and the Football League Goal of the Year for his strike against Rotherham United during his loan spell with Scunthorpe United.
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After being released by Bolton Wanderers, Beckford signed a permanent two-year contract with Preston North End effective from July 1, 2015.
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Beckford started the 2009–10 season by scoring two goals during the 2–1 home victory over Exeter City. Beckford continued his good start to the season with further goals against Walsall, Tranmere Rovers and Colchester United. He scored his sixth goal of the season against Gillingham by scoring a rebound after teammate Michael Doyle's shot had rebounded off the crossbar.
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Beckford's younger brother, Travis Beckford, won the first series of Wayne Rooney's Street Striker on Sky TV. Due to having a Jamaican father and Grenadian family on his mother's side Beckford is eligible to play for Jamaica, Grenada and England.
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