“It’s not harsh. You’re picked to do a job and affect the game. He didn’t. We saw pace once, twice, if that. Everyone is going to be marked and you have to find a way to get behind players and try one-twos.”
Barrow’s start on Tuesday marked his first for the club since his move having only been limited to substitute appearances in his four other outings.
The Premier League man would have been keen to impress at Leeds before his move with the goal of returning to the top-flight with either of Garry Monk’s team, or parent club Swansea.
However, if his performances don’t improve before the season’s end in six matches time, he could find he no longer has a future in England as he enters the final two years of his contract.
In other Leeds news, Whites fans have reacted on Twitter to Pontus Jansson’s emotional message.