Brett Ashley Mark Angell (born 20 August 1968 in Marlborough, Wiltshire) is an English association football coach, who is currently unemployed. He retired from playing in 2004, having played as a striker for a number of different clubs.
Angell started his career at Portsmouth but never made the first team and was released in 1987. In his time at Portsmouth he was a defender. It wasn't until he joined Cheltenham Town in July 1987 that Angell was converted from defender to a striker by the club's then manager John Murphy. After scoring 25 goals he was signed by Derby County on 15 February 1988 for a fee of £49,000 (£45,000 initially and an extra £4,000 in lieu of a friendly that was never played). He never played in the Derby County first team and moved to Stockport County .
Angell played primarily with Stockport County and Southend United. He also had a torrid spell in the Premiership with Everton during the 1990s, but was then transferred to Sunderland and later back to Stockport County. His most successful season was 1996-97, when he was Stockport's leading goalscorer and inspired them to promotion to Division One as well as reaching the League Cup semi finals. He later revived some of this success at Walsall where he picked up a Division Two Play-off winners medal in the 2000-01 season. His employment as a coach at Portsmouth in 2005 took his career full circle, having been with the youth team in 1986-87. However, his tenure as youth and reserve team coach lasted only 5 months, and he was relieved of his position in April 2006.
His brother Darren Angell was also a professional footballer playing for Colchester United, Barnet and also Cheltenham Town.