Kitchee 0 Happy Valley 0 AUSTRALIAN side Heidelberg want local First Division club South China to pay a compensation fee for their midfielder David Clarkson. In a letter sent to the Hong Kong Football Association by the sport's world governing body FIFA, semi-professional team Heidelberg are seeking compensation from Clarkson's club in Hong Kong. The HKFA passed the letter to the 26-year-old player's present club South China, though he was brought to the territory last season by Sing Tao. But Heidelberg did not state the amount of the compensation fee in the letter. The HKFA's chief executive officer Vincent Yuen said yesterday Heidelberg are within their rights according to FIFA regulations. 'It is stated that when a player transfers from a non-professional club to a professional club, the former club have the right to claim a compensation fee as the player has been brought up by them,' said Yuen. 'I stayed with Heidelberg for one year only,' said Clarkson. 'I've not been brought up by them at all. 'In fact they still owe me A$800.' Meanwhile, bottom team Kitchee achieved their first point of the season last night when they drew 0-0 with Senior Shield finalists Happy Valley at the Mongkok Stadium. Kitchee the advantage after Happy Valley's Russian midfielder Alexei Piskounov was sent off for fouling Kitchee midfielder Steve Raynes in the 31st minute.