No one would blame young Master Murts for not wanting to indulge in any post-match corporate mingling on Sunday.
His emotional pain was palpable, especially when he was interviewed on Sevco TV.
You can view it here.
A win against Celtic would have been transformative for his career prospects at Ibrox and he knew it.
Apparently, poor Murts and his trusted lieutenant received some harsh words from a senior member of the Sevco High Command in the immediate aftermath of the game.
One wonders what Jonatan Lillebror Johansson makes of it all.
Still, at least they now have the sage advice of Mr James Michael Nicholl to call upon at times like these.
That must be a great help.
The Canadian born Narne Arne chap knows what the basket of assets means to The People.
It must also be a comfort for Mr Murty to know that whatever discussions they have will remain confidential and the bould Jimmy would never dream of leaking to anyone in the Blue Room.
I’m happy to report that young Murts did finally carry out his post-match social duties.
After some gentle prodding, he met with the prawn sandwich types and the ex-York City starlet displayed Quintessentially British stoicism in the face of defeat.
Just like the Admirable Warburton and Senhor Pedro Miguel Faria Caixinha it is hard not to feel sorry for young Murts at times like this.
Like those two chaps before him, he is in the wrong movie.
Caught between a criminal chairman and The People it is a real horror show.