London Lite Thursday, 10 September 2009 35 Mansell tells fading Button: Shake yourself up a bit FORMER world champion Nigel Mansell has warned championship leader Jenson Button (left) that he must shake himself up a bit as he prepares for Sundays Italian Grand Prix at Monza. Button is currently 16 points clear with just five races remaining but the 29-year-old has endured a poor run of results since winning in Turkey in June, with a fifth-placed finish his best effort in the last five races. Mansell, 56, who dominated from the front to win the 1992 crown for Williams, said: Jenson should really sew up the championship from that position. He can still afford to let people finish in front of him and win the title but he needs to be careful. I think he needs to shake himself up a bit. People react to pressure in different ways and we are seeing Jenson under real pressure for the first time now. LITE&biTTer Gotanaxetogrind?Doithere... lSPURS FANS (L&B 09/09) Ive already said flappy boy is a decent player. I merely pointed out that he runs like a limp-wristed penguin. Phil lRE ENGLAND (L&B 09/09) Heskey lump of useless lard or quality goalscoring forward? Millwall daz lOLIVIA (L&B 09/09) both Campbell and Berba after leaving your small club went on to secure league titles, now go on and tidy the house like a good girl! Jonesy lOLIVIA (L&B 09/09) Defoe loyal? Ha ha thats brilliant! Try asking West Ham and Charlton fans. Hen, Kent lOLIVIA (L&B 09/09) Defoe loyal? Yeah right. Tell that to Charlton, West Ham and Portsmouth! Gone with the wind when a better need comes. Rugby convert lOLIVIA (L&B 09/09) Defoe loyal? Haha, you Spurs fans are funny JFC, W8 lNETTIEG (L&B 09/09) your comment is sickening. Its people like you that heat up the long running Scotland/England hatred. Jock lNETTIEG (L&B 09/09) what a sad little zenophobe you are. Great to be British, eh wee man? Venomous but anonymous lNETTIEG (L&B 09/09) Andy Murray is rubbish. When are the papers going to realise that. Same old same old with this guy. Marcus lNETTIEG (L&B 09/09) well done Andy Murray, you lived up to your potential useless bottler. Go Roger! Scot hater lSIMON (L&B 09/09) youre a t... Harry To be considered for publication, texts must be submitted with name and address or postcode. Please restrict messages to 25 WORDS. Thanks. >>Text TELLUS to 65800 followed by a space and your messageEach text costs 50p plus standard network charges >>Text LL ranT to 65400 Terms apply. See LITESPORT by james golman ANDREWSTRAUSSSrag-tag- gle bunch of one-day flops are quickly finding out that their is nothing quite so fierce as an Aussie scorned. The feel-good factor that accompaniedtheAshesvictory has now been officially snuffed out following last nights six wicket drubbing at the Rose Bowl -- and there could be worse to come. Australia now lead the series 3-0 -- with captain and stellar batsman Ricky Ponting flying back for the remaining games -- and last nights centurion Cameron White is targeting a clean sweep. If we keep playing good, consistent cricket, there is no reason we cant win the series 7-0, he said after cracking 105 from 124 balls as his side coasted past a modest victory target of 229 with more than an over to spare. Seven one-day wins against a really good side would be a prettystrangethingtohappen, but Im not saying it cant. Andtherawstatisticssuggest there is little England can do to stem, let alone turn, the tide. No single England partner- ship was worth more than 41, and even that was more than 100 runs fewer than Cameron WhiteandMichaelClarkeman- aged in their game-breaking stand. True, this is an England side without Kevin Pietersen and Andrew Flintoff, while bright young thing Adil Rashid was puzzlingly left out again. WiththeWorldCup twoyears away shouldnt England be building a side around their talented youngsters, rather than those who have tried and failed over a decent chunk of time? No,accordingtoStrauss,who said: You do not look that far intothedistance.Youmayhave some long-term goals, but you need to address things on a short-term basis. Australia targeting a 7-0 Whitewash Thrashed again: Englands one-day flops look dejected as they trudge off following last nights defeat the Rose Bowl strauss total recall In 10 innings since his one-day recall, Andrew Strauss has hit 18 per cent of Englands runs at an average of 42.4 15 (of 270) v WI, Guyana, 20 March 105 (243) v WI, Guyana, 22 March 2 (117) v WI, Bridgetown, 27 March 79* (136) v WI, Bridgetown, 29 Mar 3 (172) v WI, St Lucia, 3 April 4 (161) v WI, Bristol, 24 May 52 (203) v WI, Edgbaston, 26 May 12 (256) v Australia, The Oval, 4 Sep 47 (210) v Australia, Lords, 6 Sep 63 (229) v Australia, Rose Bowl, 9 Sep HH index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html