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Brett Angell

Brett Angell

Clubs played for: Portsmouth, Cheltenham Town, Derby County, Stockport County, Southend United, Everton, Sunderland, Sheffield United, West Bromwich Albion, Notts County, Preston North End, Walsall, Rushden & Diamonds, Port Vale, QPR (1986-2003)

Born: 1968

Birthplace: Marlborough, Wiltshire

Position: Striker

Biography: Prolific striker who began his career at Pompey as a defender. He only started to shine when given the chance to join the forward line while at Cheltenham. After knocking in goals for numerous clubs, he finally returned to Fratton Park as a coach in 2005. This role only lasted five months and he has since coached in Ecuador and taught coaching courses for the Football Association before taking up a role in New Zealand. Angell is in the Southend United Hall of Fame and was a listed as one of Cheltenham Town’s ’50 greats’.

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