RIO DE JANEIRO, Dec 18 (Reuters) - Former Brazil striker
Romario was banned for 120 days on Tuesday for a failed dope
test which he blamed on a hair-loss treatment.
Brazilian football's disciplinary tribunal suspended the
1994 World Cup winner after the 41-year-old tested positive for
the banned masking agent finasteride following a match for Vasco
da Gama against Palmeiras in October.
Romario, who has played sporadically since scoring what he
claimed to be his 1,000th goal in May, broke the news ...