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But Tiote has trained since and, after being assessed, hopes to be thrust back into battle at White Hart Lane.
Having been thrust back into the spotlight with the success of the TV show, reliving their dreams and revealing the highs and lows of life in a pop group, the bands will embark on two UK & Irish tours, performing in arenas to almost 200,000 fans.
Both parties could potentially benefit from the pairing with Austin being thrust back to the limelight and being given more opportunities for successive matches and Reigns finding his way back and regaining his mojo by rumbling it out with an established star.
Nineties boy band Damage, who have been thrust back into the limelight on ITV2 show The Big Reunion, will perform their back catalogue of hits.
The Republic found themselves thrust back into the path of one of world football's superpowers when they were drawn into the same Euro 2016 qualifying group.
5) A recently dumped man is thrust back into the dating world in the opener of this series, in which singles search for love at a high-end bar in Manhattan.
According to the Sydney Morning Herald, the subject of mental health among cricketers was thrust back into focus when England's Jonathan Trott returned home from the Ashes tour last month citing 'stress-related illness'.
The Reds boss is confident the 26-year-old, whom he said was "champing at the bit", is ready both physically and mentally to be thrust back into action.
BAKARY Sako is set to be thrust back into the relegation dogfight.
But thrust back into the side against Brentford last Saturday for the new manager to see him in action for the first time, Wood is hoping to remain in the side for the last three fixtures and see where it takes him.
Racism was thrust back into the spotlight when AC Milan midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng led his teammates off the field during a friendly against Italian fourth-tier side Pro Patria earlier this month after suffering abuse from fans on the terraces.
An influential Commons committee is set to call prominent figures from the sport to give evidence as part of a wider inquiry after the issue was thrust back into the spotlight over recent weeks.