Break Forward

Break Forward

A derivative of a forward contract in which the buyer agrees to sell the underlying forward at a discount to its current value. However, the buyer may cancel this agreement if the value of the underlying rises above a stated level. A break forward contract imitates an option contract and is used primarily on forwards in foreign exchange. See also: Deferred payment option.
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Sissoko, Harry Winks and Victor Wanyama formed a midfield three at Rochdale and the Frenchman had licence to break forward in support of attacks.
In a dour first half, neither side were able to create any chances with both more intent on not allowing their opponents to break forward.
6 NEMANJA MATIC Everything went through him from restarts and he was constantly in the wars as he looked to break forward.
He mopped up the odd loose ball but rarely made an incisive pass or break forward once winning possession, often opting to pass backwards to a defender.
Luke Leahy 7 Composed left-back who loved to break forward.
Ireland were often on the retreat and when they did break forward, they lacked punch, with Daryl Murphy offering little up front.
City hit back on 27 minutes when a break forward by George Miller and a pinpoint through ball put Tom Webb through to score.
Not able to break forward regularly 6 Was not exposed and was resilient at the back.
One of mainstreams, in which Ukraine can break forward, is the use of intellect.
We have got attacking full-backs and midfield players who like to break forward.
A rash challenge by Carlisle defender Richard Keogh gave Blizzard the chance to break forward and the Stockport man fired home from 25 yards.
They break forward very quickly, counter-attack all the time but if they don't have an end product then they get back quickly.