Police are continuing to investigate fan violence at the end of the Scottish Cup Final as Rangers hit out at the handling of the trouble.
Four men have been arrested in the latest police operation centred on disorder at the Scottish Cup final, taking the total number of arrests to 38.
Police said 28 arrests have now been made after the disorder at the Scottish Cup final, including a teenager detained over the alleged assault of Rangers' goalkeeper.
Four more men have been arrested over the disorder at the Scottish Cup final last month, bringing the total number of arrests to 32.
Police investigating the pitch invasion at the Scottish Cup final have set up a dedicated email address for fans to send footage and photos of the disturbance.
Rangers managing director Stewart Robertson has vowed to take action against any Ibrox supporter found guilty of disorder at the Scottish Cup final.
The Scottish Football Association has announced it plans to set up an Independent Commission to investigate the circumstances which lead to crowd trouble at Saturday's Scottish Cup final.