THE WALLS are starting to close in a little on Phil Neville as he faces his first mini-crisis as manager of England’s Women. After a poor run of results, Neville reacted badly to increased scrutiny of his methods by the media, lashing out at journalists and developing something of a siege mentality. Neville, according to Suzanne Wrack of The Guardian, just cannot take criticism. “Sometimes, it can feel like Phil Neville is speaking a different language,” said Wrack. He described the two performances against Brazil and Portugal as “outstanding”, which few scribes would have agreed with.  Wrack noted that Neville’s team struggled to beat Portugal, despite the fact that England have one of the wealthiest, most invested set-ups in the world of women’s football.…