Maurer as coach of TSV 1860 Munich ( 2011)
Emerged from the youth of the TSV Mindelheim and FC Memmingen, Maurer received by the station SpVgg Unterhaching beginning of the season 1983/84 a professional contract at Bayern Munich, for whom he played seven league and two European Cup games. He made his debut on 20 August 1983 ( 2nd Round ) when FC Bayern Munich in Bielefeld Arminia won 3-1 gates.
For the 1984/85 season he was eligible to play for VfB Stuttgart - there he was on 11 missions, due on or substitutions. From 1985 to 1987 he played within the League 2 - first 25 times ( 3 goals ) for the Karlsruher SC, then 22 times ( one goal ) for Arminia Bielefeld. He then moved to foreign countries and played from 1987 to 1989 for the Old Boys from Basel. Back to Germany, he moved to TSV 1860 Munich and managed with the club the " walkthrough " of the Bavarian League (then League 3 ) to the Bundesliga in 1994.
In 1996, he ended the playing career at the 1 FC Garmisch -Partenkirchen and " supervised " after the clubs first FC Mies Bach, FC Memmingen before he was hired as an assistant coach with the " 60's " ( November 2001-December 2004 ). On 5 December 2004, he was appointed head coach of the club, sparking Rudi Bommer from. Although he came in 4th place after the first round was just behind the rise of squares and thus the most successful coach was in the second division (2004) since the descent of the TSV 1860 Munich, he was suspended by the then President Karl Auer on 22 January 2006.
After its valid until June 30, 2006 contract expires, he joined the Greek first division club OFI Crete. Maurer did a good job and reached at the end of season table space 7 In the following - Mason was released on 12 November 2007 - took OFI Crete on the 12th (of 16) and on the 14th place in the table, which meant relegation.
In the summer of 2010, he returned to the Grünwalder street in Munich. Originally he was there provided as coach of the U -23, but since Ewald Lienen - the coach of the professionals - was released early from his contract at his own request, Maurer took over on 25 June 2010 back to the head coach positions at TSV 1860 München. On November 17, 2012 Mason was suspended because the athletic development of the team in the recent past no longer met the demands of leadership; and was succeeded by Alexander Schmidt.
On September 24, 2013, the Greek first division club Skoda Xanthi was the obligation Mason on his website known .. After four months Maurer was fired after a 0-3 defeat in a home game on February 5, 2014.
- DFB Cup winner in 1984 with FC Bayern Munich