Stuart McCall has expressed his sadness after his Bradford City side were denied a place in the Championship by Millwall.
McCall also hit out at the Millwall fans who invaded the pitch after the final whistle, echoing Morison's negative sentiments about the incident.
The 52-year-old told Sky Sports News: "The game went how we thought it would, I just feel numb at the moment.
"We knew it would be tight and that one goal might do it. It's sore to take but congratulations to Millwall. Jordan Archer made a superb save and that is the thin line between failure and success.
"I'm very disappointed in the stewarding allowing their fans to get over the halfway line. I had fans goading me and my players and I was close to clocking one or two of them, I can tell you. They need to look at that."
Saturday's result marks the first time that Bradford have lost a playoff final, having won their previous two in 1996 and 2013.