NON-LEAGUE football used to be a breeding ground for top-class players, but in recent years, the flow of talent has certainly slowed-up. Jamie Vardy has provided a heart-warming story that restores some faith in the notion that players can start at a local level and make their way into the big time. Game of the People looks at some of the players that have made the step up from non-league over the years. What makes Jamie Vardy so special is that he was 25 before he made his Football League debut with Leicester City. Usually, players are picked up much earlier. In fact, it is rare for any non-league player to have an extensive career at that level – the scouts invariably pick them…