Cardiff City 1-1 Blackpool: Josh Bowler denied a clear penalty as Seasiders drew…
The Welsh side came into today’s match four wins from five.
Despite this, Cardiff still languished in the bottom half of the table following a disappointing campaign.
Morison himself took over the job in October after Mick McCarthy was relieved of his duties after overseeing an eight-game losing streak.
Coming back from Marvin Ekpiteta’s opener to draw, courtesy of Joel Bagan’s strike, is another step in the right direction according to the Cardiff manager.
“The mood is good in the dressing room,” Morison told Cardiff’s official website.
“Frustration not to have won a game at home, but it shows how far we have come as a group.
“We weren’t as intense as we should have been in the first half.
“The second half performance was really good, there were a few moments where they almost hurt us, and luckily we have Joel Bagan who likes to put the ball in the back of the net.
“We have a young squad, we are working very hard and it shows that we are together – nobody wanted to lose this game and the crowd was great.
“We haven’t drawn many games, we just seem to win or lose, but it’s good that we’re able to get a draw if we need to, coming from behind but not just sitting down and wanting to take a point.”
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