Zaviša Milosavljević

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Zaviša Milosavljević
Personal information
Date of birth (1961-07-14) 14 July 1961 (age 53)
Place of birth Bor, Yugoslavia
Teams managed
Years Team
1999-2001 FK Bor
2001-2002 APR FC
2003-2007 Serbia U-16
2003-2007 Serbia U-19
2003-2007 Serbia U-23
2007-2009 Lesotho
2011-2013 Pakistan
2012 Pakistan U-22[1]
2013 Pakistan U-19
2014- FC Dordoi Bishkek

Zaviša Milosavljević (born 14 July 1961)is a Serbian football manager who currently manages FC Dordoi Bishkek.

Milosavljević was a professor of physical education at the University of Belgrade. He is a former coach of the Serbian Under-16 and Under-19 national teams. He also coached five clubs in his native Serbia, including top-flight outfits FK Mogren and Dinamo Belgrade. From 1999 to 2001, Milosavljevi managed FK Bor in the Serbian second division before coaching APR FC in Rwanda for a year, winning the national cup and national Super Cup in 2002. He then spent four years as Serbia’s Under-19 coach before his appointment by the Lesotho Football Association to take over the national team. However he was sacked after disappointing result. He was appointed as a the Pakistan national team, a job he took up in November 2011.[2] He has mainly focused to improve infrastructure and bring on foreign based Pakistani players.[3] In August 2013 Milosavljević was removed from his post as Pakistan national team coach after only winning 3 out of 12 games. In January 2014, Milosavljević left his role at the PPF's youth training academy to become the new manager of Kyrgyz club Dordoi Bishkek.[4]