|Full name||Dhanapati Nandy|
|? - 39||Jefe United||()|
|39 - 45||Lokomotiv Veltem Back-on-Track||65||(13)|
|45 - ?||BalSem||()|
|Appearances and goals counted for competitive matches only.|
Dhanapati Nandy is a former Malaysian football player who is currently retired.
Nandy was snatched up from his home country Malaysia at young age and trained to a strong midfield player at Lokomotiv Veltem Back-on-Track. Although a substitute in his first two seasons at the club, he grew out to a leading midfield player and was almost always in the starting lineup thereafter. He appeared in 65 official matches, scoring 13 times in the progress, before being sold to Dutch team BalSem for a whopping 4 000 000 EUR, becoming the most expensive outgoing transfer for Lokomotiv Veltem Back-on-Track at that time, only to be narrowly surpassed by Roan Detaellenaere some seasons later. As Detaellenaere was a youth player, Nandy was known as the most expensive foreign player and most expensive non-homegrown player ever to be sold for about 25 seasons, until Kornelius Bilon eventually broke that record.