The Football Association on Tuesday said it will review its sanctions for racial abuse in the wake of the John Terry case.
FA chairman David Bernstein has called on disenchanted players not to form a breakaway union.
Terry was banned for four matches and fined ?220,000 for racially abusing QPR's Anton Ferdinand but some players feel the Chelsea captain escaped lightly - especially compared to Liverpool's Luis Suarez who was banned for eight games following his case involving Patrice Evra.
There is no fixed sanction for racism under FA rules - independent disciplinary commissioners work on the basis of doubling sanctions if there is an "aggravating factor" such as racial abuse.
Asked about whether the FA would look again at the tariff for sanctions, Bernstein told a news conference at Wembley Stadium: "It's on the agenda to look at it again.
"The FA received a certain, probably limited degree of criticism for its processes in the Terry thing. We w...