FIFA ruled correctly. There are reduced tuition scholarships for people who qualify for free and reduced lunch at public schools, club sponsored scholarships, team sponsored scholarships, partial scholarships, etc., etc. Better to stay out of this complex area. If a club invests in a player, compensate them. Otherwise, a pay to play club needs to understand that they are not the same thing. I coach at a pay to play club that does a decent job developing players and I don’t think, based on our model, we should be compensated. Parents or the government are the ones who are really investing in these kids at a club like mine. That is a legal mess not far down the road that we don’t want.