The Peruvian can not play in the next eight months after the Swiss judiciary has withdrawn the appeal that lifted its doping order and allowed him to win the World Cup Russia 2018.
Football coach of Peru, Ricardo Gareca, described the situation of batter Paolo Guerrero as "sad", who can not play the next eight months after the Swiss judiciary has withdrawn the call for suspension of doping allowed him to play the World Cup Russia-2018. to win.
"I'm bad (the suspension) not only for the professional, but for the person, I'm really sorry for him", said Gareca in an interview with the local radio station RPP.
"This is a subject that must have been completed long ago, but it continues with this whole thing that really hurts me," said the coach who qualified Peru for the Russia-2018 World Cup.
"All expectations of him have been damaged," Gareca added in a conversation with the CMD television channel.
The coach confirmed that he did not call the scorer, recently signed by Internacional de Porto Alegre, for the friendly games of September against the Netherlands and Germany, due to his lack of football continuity.
But he assured that the selection can overcome his absence in the two matches he will play as a visitor.
"We have already suffered the absence of Paolo in important moments and we have always reacted", said the tiger & # 39 ;.
The career of the 34-year-old Peruvian star became a rollercoaster because it was learned last November that he had tested positive for the cocaine metabolite, a substance on the list of banned products of the World Anti-Doping Agency (AMA).
After an initial drawback, FIFA lowered the initial penalty from one year to six months, thereby returning on time to play in Russia-2018, the first World Championship in which Peru qualified in 36 years.
But after a brief return to the courts with Flamengo in May, the Sports Tribunal (TAS) extended the sanction to 14 months.
Guerrero then went to the ordinary courts, filed an appeal and a Swiss federal court lifted the sentence for the time being, allowing him to play in Russia, where Peru fell into the group stage.
Now the Swiss justice has withdrawn the suspensive effect of the sentence, which must be complied with in its entirety, the GloboEsporte site reported.
Since Guerrero had been removed from the court for six months, he has to meet the other eight for punishment.
Guerrero was formed in Alianza Lima and moved for 18 years to Europe, where he played in the German clubs Bayern Munich and Hamburg. In 2012 he landed in Brazil to wear the shirt of Corinthians, where he became one of the idols of the fans, and in 2015 he was transferred to a resounding operation to Flamengo, which was fired only ten days ago.