Guerrero has been on an emotional rollercoaster since the positive doping test.
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Peru captain Paolo Guerrero was cleared to play at next month's World Cup after a Swiss court Thursday agreed to temporarily lift his doping suspension while it considered his appeal against a 14-month ban.He was initially given a 12-month ban, starting in November, by football's world governing body FIFA, which ruled him out of the World Cup. That was reduced to six months on appeal, putting him back in the tournament.However, less than two weeks after the six-month ban ended in May, the Court of Arbitration for Sport, sport's highest tribunal, increased the ban to 14 months, again ruling out of the finals.
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