Articles written by: Eli Pearlman-Storch

Eli writes about Philadelphia Union as PSP’s beat writer, covering the games and going behind the scenes into the locker rooms. He also co-hosts the KYW Philly Soccer Show with Greg Orlandini. Email him at epstorch@phillysoccerpage.com. Follow him on Twitter @PSP_Eli.

Fixing the Union: A few ideas
Analysis

Fixing the Union: A few ideas

The Union have plenty of talent, yet they’re still struggling to get results. What adjustments can John Hackworth and his team make to turn the Union into a consistent? PSP’s Eli Pearlman-Storch has a few ideas.

Analysis and player ratings: Red Bulls 2-1 Union
Player ratings

Analysis and player ratings: Red Bulls 2-1 Union

In falling yet again at Red Bull Arena, the Union looked confused, disorganized and at times downright disinterested.

Analysis and player ratings: Union 2-2 RSL
Player ratings

Analysis and player ratings: Union 2-2 RSL

What to do with Nogueira and can someone get the Union some “No Doze”?

Interview: Jack McInerney talks about his trade to Montreal
Interview

Interview: Jack McInerney talks about his trade to Montreal

PSP’s Eli Pearlman-Storch talks to Jack McInerney about his trade to Montreal.

Match Report: Philadelphia Union 2-2 Chicago Fire
Match reports

Match Report: Philadelphia Union 2-2 Chicago Fire

Despite looking second best much of the afternoon, the Union nearly stole a road victory until they unraveled at the death, forcing Zac MacMath to heroically save a penalty to maintain a solitary point.

Match Report: USMNT 2-2 Mexico
USMNT

Match Report: USMNT 2-2 Mexico

The US turned in a truly inspired first half performance before laying an egg in the second.

Preview: USA vs Mexico
USMNT

Preview: USA vs Mexico

Between Berti Vogts, roster questions, and some eye-catching (not necessarily in a good way) new kit, there are plenty of reasons to be glued to tonight’s friendly between USMNT and Mexico.

Union v Impact by Daniel Gajdmowicz
Match reports

Match Report: Philadelphia Union 1-1 Montreal Impact

It was only the fourth match but, for the second time in the young 2014 season, the Union squandered two points as Marco Di Vaio stole a road point for the visiting Impact.