Recently, visual speech recognition (VSR), or namely lipreading, has been widely researched due to development of Deep Learning (DL). The most lipreading researches focus only on frontal face images. However, assuming real scenes, it is obvious that a lipreading system should correctly recognize spoken contents not only from frontal but also side faces. In this paper, we propose a novel lipreading method that is applicable to faces taken at any angles, using Convolutional Neural Networks (CNNs) which is one of key deep-learning techniques. Our method consists of three parts; the view classification part, the feature extraction part and the integration part. We firstly apply angle classification to input faces. Based on the results, secondly we determine the best combination of pre-trained angle-specific feature extraction scheme. Finally, we integrate these features followed by DL-based lipreading. We evaluated our method using the open dataset OuluVS2 dataset including multi-angle audiovisual data. We then confirmed our approach has achieved the best performance among conventional and the other DL-based lipreading schemes in the phrase classification task.