In Belgrade, if you are playing for Partizan or Crvena Zvezda, the odds are that the fans of the ‘other club' will not like you - at all. However, Milosavljevic has successfully broken this stereotype. As the previous captain of Partizan, he was worshipped by the supporters of the black and whites, while fans of Crvena Zvezda have always had a great respect for him, based purely on the way he plays the game. Despite being persistent, loyal, devoted, highly motivated to win and the biggest fighter on the court, he always plays within the boundaries of fair play. That is what made him the captain of Partizan and that is what made him respected even among by the club's fiercest rival. Milosavljevic signed a contract with Alba Berlin this summer, and it looks likely that he will now arrive in the German capital early to make his national team debut.