Titi's Fresh Start?

Glenn Roeder says he hopes Titi Camara can make a fresh start at the football club - once he is fit.
Titi was an injured absentee from the party that travelled to his old club Liverpool for the first game of the season on Saturday, and the Guinean international, by his own admission, has had a disappointing time since leaving Anfield for Upton Park - where he has failed to score.
"It was a very expensive deal for us and he is still not going to be fit for us for a couple of months," says Glenn.
"No one will be more disappointed than Titi Camara, and we are all disappointed because he has hardly kicked a ball for West Ham."
Titi is currently going through rehabilitation in France, which is why he has not been spotted at Chadwell Heath of late, and Glenn adds:
"I'm sure he is very upset, as the club are upset because we are not getting any football out of him."
He is not, though, the only player who has to show they are worthy of a first team place at Upton Park in the coming months, according to Glenn, who says:
"There are one or two others this year that have got to prove they are up to being able to be a first team player at West Ham."
Nonetheless, Glenn is not planning on a mass exodus of fringe players just yet, and he explains:
"I couldn't move anyone on at the moment because the numbers aren't there.
"I don't have to sell anyone and I don't want to sell anyone; but even if I was to have a bid for a player that I would think would only be a squad player, even when I get the extra players in, I still couldn't let him leave the club at this particular time.
"The strength of the team is often what is sitting on the bench.
"In the preseason games we have had some real young players, that are not ready for the Premiership yet, sitting there."
"But he insists that the frustrations of the transfer market have not deterred him, and he adds:
"All these things don't deter me from taking on the task, really getting stuck into it, and working hard."