Honestly, I don't think it's that complicated. I didn't bring up college in the context of Horan, you brought it up. When it comes to Lindsey coming to NWSL, I meant in 2014, before she signed her second contract. And yes, I meant that she passed on college, not left it. The biggest advantage, like I seem to have said a few times, is in Title IX and college / high school system. There are probably more girls and teens playing organized soccer in US than anywhere else. US development is equal or better at every stage, with youth development being on another planet. Overall it's way better. US women's development doesn't have to be perfect in every area to be the best in the world. Overall, it has clear advantage. It would be nice if more college girls became full time pros. But Europe has much bigger problems, because they have similar league situations, far inferior youth systems, and generally less paid national team players on top of it. Like I said, it would be nice if some rich investor supported these out of college girls. Are you that rich investor? Do you have any other solutions? This whole discussion started because I said that your suggestion is not legal in the US. It's still not legal. So since you don't seem to have other solution, I have to think that our discussion is getting a bit pointess.