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Torquay midfielder undergoes tests after collapse

Aman Verma has scored one goal in eight National League games for Torquay United. Credit: Joe Giddens / PA

Torquay United midfielder Aman Verma is undergoing tests after collapsing at home after a training session.

The 27-year-old was sick during a gym session last week and was taken ill again later in the evening.

Torquay manager Kevin Nicholson said they didn't want to take any chances so opted for testing.

He's very worried because he thought it was an off day, and it might just be a virus that has hit him hard. But with all that's gone on lately in football with things like heart problems we couldn't take any chances.

– Kevin Nicholson

It started with headaches, which led to Verma collapsing. The manager says it's hoped the results will come through on Monday, but does mean the midfielder will have to miss Torquay's game with Chester on Saturday.

He's feeling fine now but the doctors have told him to do pretty much nothing, so he's bored out of his mind as he just has to rest until he's given the all-clear.

– Torquay manager

Verma joined Torquay on loan from Kidderminster last November and the deal has since been extended until the end of the season.


Exeter City match cancelled

Exeter City's game against Oxford at St James Park has been called off due to bad weather.

The club says a pitch inspection forced them to postpone the game.

Prince Harry calls amputee rowers to congratulate them

Prince Harry has personally congratulated the four amputee rowers who've just completed the staggering 'World's Toughest Row'.

Kensington Palace confirmed the Prince video called the servicemen to say well done on their incredible achievement.

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Prince Harry also praised their determination.

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Kensington Palace tweeted their congratulatory wishes to the amputee servicemen who've made history by finishing the 3000 mile 'world's toughest row' across the Atlantic Ocean earlier today.

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The four rowers arrived in Antigua today (4 February), having set off on 20 December.


'4 men, 3 legs - incredible' Tributes to amputee rowers about to complete the Atlantic Challenge

Two servicemen from Devon are due to make history when the complete the Atlantic Challenge today (4 February)

Cayle Royce from Dartmouth and Lee Spencer from Yelverton are part of Row2Recovery, the first all-amputee team to row 3,000 miles across the Atlantic Ocean.

Now their journey is nearly at an end.

We've been following their journey as they go from mile to mile. Cayle told us last month the three things he's most looking forward to at the end of their journey.

Now they're close to getting their wish, and their epic effort is inspiring others all over the world.

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