Andy Ryan says Hamilton are disappointed to only come away with a draw from their battling performance against Partick Thistle.Covid issues have made things a bit chaotic at the club in the past week and although he insists that's what makes them coming from behind twice to draw 2-2 all the more impressive, a win was there for the taking.Accies had five players missing through the virus and manager Stuart Taylor deployed centre-back Jamie Hamilton in a central midfield role, as his side couldn't fill the bench and were forced to change their shape.So Ryan reckons the frustration in not pulling off a win with a makeshift setup shows the strides the squad are making.The striker sparked the comeback with a penalty to make it 1-1 before Mihai Popescu grabbed the second leveller of the day with an acrobatic effort.And he said: "It's been crazy [this past week]."We had to change shape for this game, we've got players missing, you don't know who is going to be in training."It's difficult for the coaching team to try and plan sessions when you don't know who is going to be available."But that just shows you whatever team the gaffer picks, the boys are willing to go out there and work as hard as they can to try and get the win for each other."Jamie had to play midfield but he is more than capable in there.
You see him when he steps out from the back, he's so comfortable on the ball and I don't see why he can't play in there if needed.
He did well."I've played a few different positions myself this season."To see us go behind twice and show the courage and togetherness to come back just shows you how far we've come."Although we did go behind twice and get a point, a lot of the boys are disappointed."We felt we should have taken the