A Hamilton Academical coach has been arrested over alleged match-fixing claims by police probing suspicious betting patterns.
Former player Dougie Imrie was questioned in relation to a yellow card incident during a match last season.
The 36-year-old has been released pending further investigations.
The Premiership club confirmed one of their senior youth coaches was spoken to by officers over the incident.
In a statement released on Sunday Hamilton said: “One our senior youth coaches advised HAFC he had been contacted by the police to be questioned in relation to a yellow card incident that took place during season 2018/19.
“The coach in question advised us he has since met with the police. HAFC have not been contacted directly and it is our understanding that no one has been charged with any offence.
“As the Police enquiry is ongoing it would be inappropriate for the club to comment any further at this time.”
A spokesman for the force said: “On Friday, February 28, a 36-year-old man was arrested in connection with a reported incident relating to gambling in sport.
“He has been released pending further enquiries.”