Huddersfield Town were one of the clubs relegated from the Premier League last season and had the second worse defensive record, conceding 76 goals.
Jonas Lössl was in between the posts for 31 matches and saw the opposition score past him on 54 occasions.
The goalkeeper was one of the player’s released by the English club after the Terriers endured a disappointing campaign, and he joined Everton on a free transfer in the summer.
TV3 Sport in Denmark interviewed the 30-year-old and he conceded Huddersfield didn’t deserve to continue in England’s top flight club competition.
“It was really sad to end that way. You could say it was fair enough that Huddersfield’s Premier League adventure ended last season. In terms of how we played and the size of the club, it was actually fair enough that we dropped down,” Tipsbladet quoted Lössl as saying.
David Wagner decided to step down as the club’s manager in January, and Lössl believes his former club had a better chance of staying in the Premier League if the German had stayed in charge until the end of the season.
“This is my personal opinion. I think it was a pity, the way it was all torn apart, and it became a little free-fall and chaos, which also follows them now,” the Toffees player explained.
The Dane was also highly critical of Huddersfield’s management for their interference with the players, which he believes resulted in a poor morale within the squad.
“Some things were said internally from Huddersfield management towards players. Players were hung out, which, I think, was completely unreasonable. When such things happen, players start to doubt, players start to get lost in their heads,” Lössl stressed.