Jamie Vardy

Jamie Vardy

Jamie Vardy hails from Sheffield, England, and has been with Leicester City since 2012. The striker has also been playing for England at the national level since 2015. He’s a favorite of mine. So much that my username on several casino sites like Casumo, is Vardy-Kotiutus. So if you see the name on their, its me.

Before joining Leicester City, Vardy played for a few other smaller clubs, namely Stockbridge Park Steels, Halifax Town, and Fleetwood Town. He was a huge success on his teams before Leicester, scoring many goals every year that he played. His pace was not slowed at all when he got to Leicester City, and he helped to bring his team to the Premier League Championship.

Playing Style

Jamie Vardy is a very strong player, and is what Robert Huth describes as the other side of a very powerful balance. Leicester is well known for its strong defence with unbelievable goalkeeping, but you obviously cannot win a match only defending your net. The offensive side of the team comes from the top-class midfielders and strikers, and that’s where Jamie Vardy comes into play.

Vardy’s playing style is something that other footballers envy. He is described as being a self-driven and creative player who can easily make short work of whomever he is matched up against. He is also well known for working extremely hard on the field, and he sets the tempo for the rest of his team to follow. His speed, direct approach, and tendency to go straight through defenders on the opposing team, also make him a player who really makes a difference.


You could say that Vardy is one of the star players of Leicester City, and there is good reason for it. Nobody else really plays like him, and his team knows it. He was recently offered a contract to play until the end of 2021, and he makes well over £100,000 per week. With players like him, it’s no wonder that the team is sitting on top of the world.