Phil Neville thinks some of his England squad face toughest moments in their careers

Phil Neville admits his players aresuffering as a consequence of Englands five-match winless run.
Since dropping the World Cup semi-final against the United States that the Lionesses drawn against Belgium and have lost to Brazil, Norway and Sweden.
Neville considers the run of results has affected his players says Tuesdays battle with Portugal in Setubal seems just like a must-win match for his squad.
We have been used to winning because I came to the task and even before this, Neville told Sky Sports News.
This team is used to winning therefore it is not probably just the toughest period for me personally, it is the toughest time for everyone that is employed in our group.
There is 23 gamers and 20-odd staff who are suffering at this moment in time since they are likely not used to what we are going through.
But I believe we said in the summer with the modifications that we will make, we may have to suffer at the subsequent three camps.
Here is the second camp, weve got another camp in November and at the moment most of us believe in where we are moving. Most of us believe now in time, its hard for everybody and will take us into a better place than where we have been.
I believe it probably makes tomorrow evening better to the players because theres no three things to play for.
Over the next two years there are no eligibility games (together with England hosting Euro 2021) but tomorrow night seems just like a game we must win.

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