Playing positionGoalkeeper NameLadislav Maier 1972–1978Sokol Lazany RoleFootball player
1978–1988CKD Blansko Height1.86 m YearsTeam PositionGoalkeeper
Date of birth(1966-01-04) 4 January 1966 (age 49) Place of birthBoskovice, Czechoslovakia Similar PeoplePavel Srnicek, Rene Wagner, Michael Konsel
Ladislav Maier: V kariéře jsem dostal spousty krásných gólů #mujprvnigol
Ladislav Maier (born 4 January 1966 in Boskovice) is a Czech football goalkeeper. He played seven matches for the Czech Republic and participated at Euro 1996 and Euro 2000. At club level he took part in five Gambrinus liga seasons, playing his matches for Liberec.
Maier played for Austrian club Rapid Vienna and was heavily critical of manager Lothar Matthäus, calling Matthäus "the biggest fool ever" and claiming that even the cleaners were pleased that Matthäus had left the club.