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. He has mainly focused to improve infrastructure and bring on foreign based Pakistani players. 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.