The St. George's cross on the collar of the latest England jersey that came under fire.
BCU Racing powertrain lead and driver Ben Cooke tests the engine along with his crew.
The BCU Racing crew work on the car in the Formula Student workshop.
The bar chart showcases the The Football Association's revenue which decreased £37.1m in 2023.
UK Anti-Doping (UKAD) tested footballers the most on behalf of The Football Association (FA) over the last three years. Rugby Union and Rugby League, which had the second and third highest number of tests, conducted nearly a quarter of the tests compared to The FA during the same period.
The Nadal family supporting Girona outside Huesca's stadium.
The chart shows Girona's league progression in comparison to LaLiga's financial powerhouses Real Madrid and Barcelona.
The West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner's office in Birmingham.

England shirt controversy: What do UEFA equipment regulations say about flags on shirts? - As England heads to Germany for EURO 2024, The Asterisk explains the controversy and UEFA’s Equipment Regulations about the use of flags on shirts.

From Silverstone setback to silver lining: Inside Ben Cooke’s drive to overcome engine woes - BCU Racing's powertrain lead reveals how the team overcame a recent setback and expresses hopes for another shot at Silverstone.

Birmingham City University Racing Team spent over £40,000 in 2023 - BCURT shelled out £43,591.95 for Formula Student 2023, a Freedom of Information request by The Asterisk has revealed.

The FA reports nearly £100 million drop in operating profit - England’s governing body of football saw a nearly £100 million drop in operating profit, The Football Association’s (FA) latest accounts has revealed.

Doping and English football: A deep dive into the FA’s regulations and challenges - The FA has had the highest number of athletes tested in the United Kingdom. But what do these numbers really mean?

Girona’s unexpected ascent: From Segunda División struggles to Champions League hopefuls - The Nadal family has watched Girona from its days of struggle in the lower divisions of Spanish football to its recent highs in LaLiga.

Financial David vs Goliaths: Girona holds its own against LaLiga powerhouses - Girona’s payroll is a meagre £23.6 million compared to Barca’s £180 million while Real Madrid has the biggest gross annual wage bill in LaLiga.

Police and Crime Commissioner elections: What are PCCs and why do they matter? - Birmingham Eastside spoke to political expert Alistair Jones about the history and functions of the role, and whether the country needs PCCs.

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