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According to Wikipedia "Stefan Maierhofer (born 6 August 1982) is an Austrian
international football striker. He is currently playing at German 2nd Bundesliga
club MSV Duisburg on a season-long loan from English Premier League club Wolverhampton
Wanderers. Maierhofer failed to make the grade with German giants Bayern Munich,
making just two first team appearances. After spells with second division teams
TuS Koblenz and Greuther he returned to his homeland with Rapid Vienna.
He enjoyed the best goalscoring form of his career here, which earned him a move
to Premier League club Wolverhampton Wanderers in 2009.|
initially trained as a restaurant specialist/cook. The tall striker joined Bayern
Munich's reserve team from Austrian side SV Langenrohr in July 2005, and signed
a professional contract with the club one year later, eventually making two Bundesliga
appearances as a late substitute, during 2006-2007. In two seasons with Bayern Munich's
reserve team, he scored 2 goals in 42 Regionalliga appearances and was the team's
top goalscorer in both seasons. In January 2007, Maierhofer moved to 2nd Bundesliga
side TuS Koblenz until the end of the season, scoring three goals in 4 league appearances.
In July 2007, he signed a two-year contract with another team in the division but the club sent him on a six-month loan to Austrian Bundesliga's
Rapid Vienna in January 2008. He helped Rapid win the 2008 Bundesliga title, after
scoring seven goals in league matches for the club, including braces in a
derby win over Austria Vienna and an away win against the club's main title
rivals Red Bull Salzburg. Consequently, Rapid decided to make the deal permanent
and signed Maierhofer on a three-year contract.
The 2008-09 season
saw his best goalscoring return as he struck 27 goals, including two in Champions
League qualifiers, helping the club end the league campaign as runners-up. He signed
for newly-promoted Premier League side Wolverhampton Wanderers in a three-year deal
for an undisclosed fee.
He scored on his debut in a 3- defeat at Blackburn Rovers. He suffered a hernia
injury which put him out of action for several months, and upon regaining fitness
was no longer in contention at Wolves. He was instead sent on a one month loan to
Championship club Bristol City in March 2010, but failed to make an impact.
During Summer 2010 he was told he was no longer part of Wolves manager Mick McCarthy's
plans and was instead loaned to 2nd Bundesliga club MSV Duisburg on a season-long
loan for the 200-11 campaign