first_img Jamie Vardy celebrates his goal for Stocksbridge Park Steels 1 Jamie Vardy surging forward and slotting the ball into the back of the net is a sight we’ve all become used to.The top scoring Leicester striker has 14 Premier League goals this season and his rise from non-league football to the very top of the game has been remarkable.Vardy has gone from non-league to England international in a short space of time, beginning at Yorkshire club Stocksbridge Park Steels then Halifax Town followed by Fleetwood Town and now Leicester, with his career reportedly alerting the film industry.EXCLUSIVE: VARDY TARGETING EURO 2016 PLACEAnd a video has emerged of the 28-year-old playing and scoring an equaliser for Stocksbridge against FC United of Manchester in 2009.Is he the only player to score against Man United and the semi-pro club formed by the Old Trafford faithful, back in 2005?Incidentally, Stocksbridge were beaten by FC United 4-3 at Gigg Lane.last_img read more