Paolo Guerrero is out, and if that's an unfamiliar name, you're obviously not Peruvian.
Guerrero, Peru's record goalscorer, was banned for six months a year ago after a positive doping test, but that was extended to 14 months on Monday by the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
CAS says Guerrero will be banned for 14 months which lasts until January.
Guerrero's absence will be a big blow for Peru, who are preparing for their first World Cup finals since 1982.
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The ban, backdated to November, was reduced to six months less than two weeks later after the player protested to FIFA's appeal committee, meaning he was eligible for the World Cup.
Guerrero was banned for a full year after his drug tests resulted positive for cocaine metabolite benzoylecgonine following the Peruvian national football club's World Cup qualifier against Argentina in October 2017.
But WADA lodged an appeal - alongside another from Guerrero seeking to quash his sanction altogether - requesting the Federation Internationale de Football Association decision was set aside and a ban of one to two years implemented.
Peru are in Group C of the Russia World Cup, together with France, Denmark and Australia.
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Guerrero, who has denied wrongdoing throughout, had also appealed to CAS to request the ban be annulled altogether.
The court said its judging panel "also accepted that he did not attempt to enhance his performance by ingesting the prohibited substance".
Guerrero, who is Peru's all-time record scorer with 32 goals, played for Brazilian side Flamengo last week on May 6 at the conclusion of his six-month ban.
CAS said that Guerrero bore "some fault or negligence, even if it was not significant, and that he could have taken some measures to prevent him from committing an anti-doping violation".
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It is the second ruling from sport's highest court that has weighed heavily on Peru's first World Cup appearance in 36 years. His case and that of WADA were consolidated into a single case in Lausanne.