Ian Holloway was not a happy man on Saturday evening.
And why should he be? He had just watched his Queens Park Rangers side produce one of their worst displays of the season in going down 2-1 against Bristol City at Ashton Gate.
Not only that, but being a former Bristol Rovers man, he had to endure the usual taunts from the home faithful.
And he had a few words to say about the City fans, and Ashton Gate in general afterwards.
Did it hurt more to lose at Ashton Gate?
"No, it didn't, not really, it's three points, however much you think it's all like that.
"I've been doing this long enough now, not long enough to get respect, but who cares, I don't give a flying monkey's.
"Don't make it to be something. Is it worse? Possibly, but that's my ego.
"I'm proud of where I come from and my record will stand for me when I'm in a wooden box.
"This is a wonderful ground, well done, finish that other end, that's still crap, everything else well done to them, well done today, it takes class to survive in football and I think I've got that."
And he had a word of warning for the City fans when it comes to future meetings between the two clubs.
"While I'm still kicking, watch out."