Who is Jermaine Beckford?

Jermaine Paul Alexander Beckford is a former professional footballer who played as a striker.

Where did Jermaine Beckford Grow Up?

Jermaine Beckford was born on December 9, 1983, in Ealing, England. His birth sign is Sagittarius. His father is a Jamaican and his mother is Grenadian. He has a younger brother named Travis, won the first series of Wayne Rooney's Street Striker on Sky 1.

How is Jermaine Beckford's Career?

Jermaine Beckford started his career in the Chelsea youth team, coming through the ranks at the same time as Carlton Cole. He was signed up by Isthmian Premier League side Wealdstone and played part-time whilst also working as a windscreen fitter for the RAC. He made his debut for Championship side Leeds coming on as a substitute in a home draw against Crystal Palace on March 21. He joined Carlisle United on a month's loan on October 5, 2006, and scored on his debut for the club in a game against Millwall. In May 2010, he signed for Everton on a four-year contract on a free transfer and was given squad number 16. On 31 August 2011, Everton accepted a 2.5 million pounds bid for Beckford from Championship side Leicester City. In 2013, he moved to Bolton Wanderers for an undisclosed fee, signing a two-year contract. In 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. He signed a 2-year deal with Bury on May 15, 2017. On August 27, 2019, he announced his retirement from football due to injuries.

What is Jermaine Beckford Body Features?

Jermaine Beckford has a height of 6 feet 2 inches (1.88 m) tall and body weight is unknown. There is no information about his body measurements.

Is Jermaine Beckford Married?

There is no information about his wife and relationship.

How much is Jermaine Beckford's Net Worth?

Jermaine Beckford is a footballer. He earns a good amount of money from his professional career. 

Some other facts about Jermaine Beckford:

1. He holds Jamaican nationality.

2. He played youth soccer for Chelsea.