|Full name||Angel Dimitrov Chervenkov|
|Date of birth||10 June 1964|
|Place of birth||Bolyarovo, Bulgaria PR|
|1989–1994||Etar Veliko Tarnovo||121||(21)|
|2002–2003||Minyor Bobov Dol|
|2003–2007||CSKA Sofia (assistant)|
|2007||Heart of Midlothian|
|2016||Lokomotiv Gorna Oryahovitsa|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
As a player
As a footballer, Chervenkov played as a defender for Tundzha Yambol (1980–1981), Armeets Sofia (1981–1984), CSKA Sofia (1984–1987), Lokomotiv Gorna Oryahovitsa (1987–1989), Etar Veliko Tarnovo (1989–1994) and Montana (1994–1996). In Bulgaria's top division, the A PFG, Chervenkov had 298 matches and 40 goals. He won the championship twice, in 1987 with CSKA and in 1991 with Etar, once finished second (with CSKA in 1985) and once third (with Etar in 1990). With CSKA, Chervenkov has two Bulgarian Cup trophies (1985 and 1987) and two Cup of the Soviet Army trophies (1985 and 1986). In the European tournaments, he has featured in 6 matches, scoring once (in one of his two matches for Etar, the rest being for CSKA). Internationally, Chervenkov has 5 caps for the Bulgaria national team. He participated in European Championship 1991/92.
As a manager
Chervenkov started his coaching career in CSKA's youth academy being there from 1999 to 2001.Then he worked as asistent manager at Cherno More Varna in 2002. Year later he return in CSKA Sofia First team as asistent manager (2003 - 2007 ) and won Bulgarian Title (2005) Bulgarian cup (2006) and Bulgarian Supercup (2007). In 2007, he took in charge FBK Kaunas and won Lithuanian Supercup. Later that year he became manager of Heart of Midlothian F.C.. In 2010, he won the Bulgarian A Group with Litex Lovech.
He managed in Ukraine FC Sevastopol twice (2011 , 2014 ), Arsenal Kyiv (2015) and Slovakia FC Tatran Presov (2012), and on 8 June 2016 returned to Bulgarian football becoming a manager of Lokomotiv Gorna Oryahovitsa who get promoted to the new top level division in Bulgaria - Parva Liga.
- Litex Lovech
- Bulgarian A PFG Champion 2009/2010
- FBK Kaunas
- Lithuanian Super Cup 2007
- PFC CSKA Sofia