Brandy joined Manchester United at the age of nine, having been spotted playing for his local team, West End Boys. At Old Trafford he was highly rated as a youngster but had his development hampered when he suffered a broken leg, an injury that ruled him out of much of the 2005–06 season. Although Brandy left United without making a first team appearance, he was a regular starter for the reserve team and scored his first goal for the second string against Bolton Wanderers in October 2006.
Whilst at United Brandy was sent out for loan experience at Swansea, Hereford and Gillingham between 2008 and 2010. At the end of his contract on 30 June 2010, Brandy was allowed to leave Manchester United on a free transfer. After unsuccessful trials at Leicester City and Preston, the striker was snapped up by Notts County manager Paul Ince in February 2011, but left at the end of the campaign.
After 6 months as free agent in January 2012 he joined Greek Superleague club Panetolikos but found it hard to settle and he failed to make a first team breakthrough.
Moving to Bescot is a big move for the England Under-16, U17 U18, U19 and U20 representitive, after enjoying a full pre-season for first time since leaving Old Trafford it is his real chance to show what he can do.