Markus Miller ( 2013)
Beginnings, VfB Stuttgart and FC Augsburg
Miller began with six years to play football at FC Lindenberg. He moved in 1995 to FC Wangen 05 and 1997 in the youth department of the VfB Stuttgart. In 2000, he began his professional career at VfB Stuttgart, but was there only used in the second team. After two years in Stuttgart, Miller moved to FC Augsburg.
After just one season in Augsburg, he moved in August 2003 to Karlsruher SC, at Miller in seven years, completed a total of 183 first and second division games. In an away match at KSC Hansa Rostock in October 2007, he retired to a tear of the posterior cruciate ligament. Only 82 days after the Allgäu rose after an extensive rehabilitation program back into the team and gave a workout in a friendly match against SpVgg Greuther Fürth his comeback.
In October 2008, Miller extended his end of the season expiring contract at Karlsruher SC for another year until 30 June 2010. Having Karlsruhe was staying in the summer of 2009 to the 2nd Bundesliga, Miller, however, a change of clubs has been suggested, since the association which he contracted guaranteed premiums could no longer pay and also had to rely on fee payments. At the same time the former goalkeeper Jean -François Kornetzky was built as a new number one. A change Millers in the summer break did not come off - he went in early September 2009 significantly reduced salary in the first team squad of Karlsruher SC back. After the fourth round of the second division season 2009/10 Miller was called back to the goalkeeper of the first team.
After his contract expires Miller joined the 2010/11 season for Hannover 96, he got the shirt number 14, Miller was injured and went to the back half of the season 2010/11 no match for Hannover. After a knee injury he was only number three behind Florian Fromlowitz and Ron -Robert Zieler. Miller came in the Regionalliga Nord on 13 February 2011 ( 0:3 against RB Leipzig ) on its first use in the reserve of 96. In March 2011, Miller extended his contract with Hannover 96 until 2013. During the season 2011/12 Miller was after the departure of Fromlowitz the number 2 behind Ron -Robert Zieler.
On September 5, 2011, Miller was due to a "mental exhaustion [ ... ] from immediately treat stationary" and thus became the team " for an indefinite time not available ". On November 21, 2011 Miller rose after successfully treated mental exhaustion back into the team workout. On 15 December 2011, Miller played his first competitive match for Hannover 96 in the group stage of the UEFA Europa League against Vorskla Poltava.
- Promotion to the Bundesliga with Karlsruher SC (2007)