Anders Krystad is a coordinator for the Norwegian FA and organises a progamme of football for those who are often excluded from regular life including those with learning disabilities, the physically disabled, drug addicts and ethnic minorities. One of his star players is Martin Sandvik who, as a youngster, was diagnosed as suffering with severe learning difficulties. The effect this had on him and those around him saw Martin experience extreme low self-esteem as well as being a victim of bullying. He felt lonely and abandoned. He had always had a love of football, and it was this enthusiasm which led him to create his own five-a-side club. His life has turned around he now plays for one of 75 clubs in Norway for those with learning difficulties.