|Full name||Glauber Ramos da Silva|
|Date of birth||10 November 1974|
|Place of birth||Gama, Brazil|
|2007||Pires do Rio U20|
|2013–2015||Goiás U20 (assistant)|
|2017–2020||Goiás U20 (assistant)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Glauber Ramos da Silva (born 30 May 1982) is a Brazilian football manager. He is the current assistant manager of Goiás.
Born in Gama, Federal District, Ramos had a short career as a player, and notably represented the reserve team of Palmeiras in 1993. After retiring, he worked at Brasiliense and Pires do Rio before meeting Augusto César at Brasília in 2009. The duo then worked together at Botafogo-DF, before Ramos became Marcos Soares' assistant at Brasiliense in 2011.
Ramos rejoined Augusto's staff at Gama in 2012, being later named manager of Goiás' under-18 squad while Augusto was in charge of the under-20s; as the under-18 category was not official, he became Augusto's assistant in the under-20s. In 2016, Ramos returned to Gama, being an assistant manager of Arthur Bernardes and Reinaldo Gueldini before being named interim manager for the last match of the 2017 Campeonato Brasiliense.
In September 2017, Ramos returned to Goiás, and was again Augusto's assistant. In August 2020, he was named interim manager of the main squad after the dismissal of Ney Franco.
After being interim for one match, Ramos returned to his previous role after the appointment of Thiago Larghi. In November, after Enderson Moreira was sacked, he was named Augusto's assistant in the main squad, but was the one who signed the match reports as manager as Augusto did not have the Brazilian Football Confederation's A license to manage.
On 12 April 2021, Ramos was again named interim after Augusto was sacked.