- Racing 92 players are not united enough to follow Stade Francais by striking and refusing to play in the Top 14 this weekend in protest at controversial plans to merge the two Paris giants. As players from both squads -- many of whom are facing imminent unemployment -- prepared to meet French national league (LNR) officials on Friday, champions Racing said they were unable to agree on a campaign of opposition. "All the players are deeply concerned about the future of the two entities," a players statement, penned by the likes of All Blacks legend Dan Carter, said on Twitter. "Following a meeting of the professional squad and the youth team, we observed that there are too many differences of opinion to initiate any collective action. We nevertheless remain supportive of one another in face of this unprecedented situation."