He then took part in an informal Q&A, facilitated by former Gloucester back row forward Simon Devereux, alongside team mates Ben Morgan and Mike Tindall.
Simon provided the following summary:
A disappointing performance from Gloucester who started promisingly in the first quarter but were unable to turn early pressure into points until a well executed try by Martyn Thomas.
Overall, a lack of discipline at the set piece and breakdown meant Gloucester were inviting pressure on themselves, consequently spending long periods without the ball, defending wave after wave of Exeter attack.
You have to give Exeter, who themselves arrived on the back of a poor home performance against Leicester, a huge amount of credit for a first class away performance.
By their own admission they approached the Leicester match tentatively and paid the price, so there was clear intention to put that right at Kingsholm which they did in some style, constantly posing threats with strong ball carrying and retention.
Gloucester started the 2nd half poorly and never recovered. It will be a concern that Exeter managed to breach Gloucester's first up defence on several occasions making huge amounts of territory.
Gloucester will need to improve their accuracy and up their collective mental intensity when in the opposition '22' as there appears to be a lack of precision in that area which is proving costly by not maintaining pressure on opposition and wasting scoring opportunities.
Give Gloucester some credit for not giving up and working a good try for Jonny May towards the end but ultimately the game finished with Exeter looking the stronger.
Mike Tindall, Ben Morgan and Shaun Knight came into the Abbey Business Lounge after the match and despite their obvious disappointment at the result, gave the 1873 guests an open and honest assessment of the match.
An opportunity to put things right awaits when the Heineken Cup commences with Perpignan coming to Kingsholm next week!