He then took part in an informal Q&A, facilitated by former Gloucester back row forward Simon Devereux alongside team mates Elliott Stooke and Henry Trinder.
Simon provided the following summary:
"Another game at Kingsholm where Gloucester had enough opportunities to win but were let down by their accuracy, particularly when in the opposition 22, compounded with a lack of discipline at key moments in the game.
"Gloucester's set piece was again improved with two big early scrums setting the tone up front, however Edinburgh played the conditions well, doubling up on Gloucester's big ball carriers in the 1st half especially, making it difficult for Gloucester to generate any momentum going forwards.
"As the game progressed, some of Gloucester's decision making in key areas of the pitch and discipline in broken field play, gave Edinburgh easy opportunities to relieve pressure and keep the scoreboard ticking over.
"Gloucester's forward effort in the 1st half was rewarded with a penalty try after a move straight from the training ground, executing a lineout catch and 20 metre driving maul up to the line, again highlighting the improvements Gloucester have been showing up front in recent weeks.
"Overall, Gloucester can take some positives from their continuing endeavour and the fact they are creating a number of chances each week.
"However, the precision needs to improve and an apparent mental hurdle overcome before they get back to winning ways at Kingsholm.
"No better opportunity to resolve that than the return of Worcester to Kingsholm on Sunday!"