Unfortunately he said "move it on" and made the underarm sweeping motion to signal this. What Ryan should have been watching for is the two hands in the air which signals play on. I find it baffling that players don't also watch what the umpire signals as well as listen to the call. I think we had a 'controversial' (according to the commentators) 50m penalty given to us a few weeks back (Cripps I think it was) when the umpire had clearly signalled our way but the opposition tried to run off with it. They can't be any clearer really.
In cricket players are taught 'yes, no or wait', never 'go' because it sounds the same as no.
Yet for the part of the game where umpires are slowest to adjudicate (takes 2-3 steps forthem to call it most often), they have 'move it on' or 'play on'. So we want players to be experts at hearing or watching umpires instead of the play (the advantage rule is different, as the penalty for delay is you get the kick anyway). Just instruct umpires to drop the 'on' from move it on. I.e. 'move it'.
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