Morison post-Luton | We’ve got to be better
Steve Morison spoke to the press following the Bluebirds’ narrow loss to Luton Town at Cardiff City Stadium on Monday afternoon.
“We didn’t deserve to lose the game,” began Steve. “They were clinical in their one moment, and we weren’t. We dominated the game from start to finish and had all the chances, so it’s really disappointing.
“We’ve got to be better. It’s difficult because they’re fighting for the Play-Offs and we’re trying to find our way in transition, playing with a different style to what got us safe, and it was nearly all good apart from the goal.
“It kills you, because ultimately you want to win games of football, and in that one moment we’ve got to be better.”
Steve went on to mention his young group of players, before providing an update on Alfie Doughty, who came off with a first half knock, and looking ahead to our two upcoming away trips.
“We just need to keep driving them and we’ll get better,” he continued. “Towards the end, it was a young group of men apart from a few of them; it’s tough and something we’re looking at.
“Alfie said he felt his hamstring, but he wanted to carry on. I made the decision to take him off, because I didn’t want to risk it. He’ll be assessed.
“Sheffield United and Middlesbrough coming up are huge, and off the back of things that have happened in this campaign, the players will be better for it next season.”