Milorad Pavić (footballer)
|Date of birth||11 November 1921|
|Place of birth||Valjevo, Kingdom of SCS|
|Date of death||16 August 2005(aged 83)|
|Place of death||Valjevo, Serbia and Montenegro|
|Red Star Belgrade|
|1957–1964||Red Star Belgrade|
|1969–1971||R.F.C. de Liège|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.† Appearances (goals)
Milorad "Miša" Pavić (11 November 1921 – 16 August 2005) was a Serbian football player and coach.
He also coached Belgian teams Club Brugge (1967–1969), Standard Liège (1964–1967, 1985–1986, 1987–1988), Portuguese teams Benfica (1974–1975) and Sporting CP (1978–1979), and Spanish teams Athletic Bilbao (1972–1974), CD Málaga (1975–1977) and Celta de Vigo (1980–1983). Outside Yugoslavia he was known by nickname "Michel". The press also described him as a Gentleman in Iron Gloves.
In his youth Pavić was taken hostage by the Germans in World War II.
As a player he defended the colours of Red Star Belgrade. After his active career he became a head coach with the same team, winning the national championship three times (1958–59, 1959–60, 1963–64) and winning three Yugoslav Cups (1958, 1959, 1964). For seven seasons between 1957 and 1964, he led the team from the bench in 216 official competitive matches (113 wins, 52 draws, and 51 losses).