He praised Exeter for what they had achieved on the day but couldn't hide his disappointment at his own side's efforts.
"There were some core basics of our game that just weren't there. Across the board we were very disappointing. I won't dress it up at all. We have to look at ourselves as players. Catching and passing, forward passes"
"I won't take anything away from Exeter. They were efficient in their game plan. They were everything that I expected and credit to them."
"But, I won't hide from the fact that the performance was unacceptable when you play for Gloucester."
"For the amount of line breaks and simple opportunities we created, we had six forward passes. That's just simple execution. It's about hard work to get in position, to come forward onto the ball, it's not the passer's fault."
"We conceded three penalties for ruck infringement which was disappointing. Especially in the first half. We should have learned from the way that we were pinged in the first 20 minutes."
Gloucester had warmed up for the game with three decent preseason performances, a fact which made Saturday's display all the more frustrating and mystifying.
"I was hugely disappointed by the mistakes in the core elements of the game that hadn't been there for the previous three weeks and today that came back today in abundance."
Redpath did have praise, however, for the huge number of Gloucester supporters who made their way down the M5 to support the team.
"The amount of Gloucester supporters that came down today was outstanding. They didn't deserve to see that."