Tottenham’s managing director of football was serving the suspension in his homeland after former club Juventus were found guilty of false accounting.
A look at what’s happening in Europe on Thursday: WOMEN'S CHAMPIONS LEAGUE QUARTERFINALS Defending champion Lyon travels to Stamford Bridge to take on Chelsea for the second leg of their Champions League quarterfinal, trying to overcome a 1-0 deficit. The London club said more than 13,000 tickets have been sold, surpassing Chelsea women’s previous record for a Champions League home match. Chelsea is trying to become only the second team to defeat the holders over two legs in the competition sinc
Parker was responding on Twitter to the Hammers’ announcement that their men’s under-18s team will play their FA Youth Cup semi-final at the stadium.