Articles written by: Peter Andrews

As PSP's West Coast Bureau Chief, Peter Andrews covers the Union from the far side of the United States. He is a second-year law student at the University of California, Berkeley. Sunil Gulati once gave him an A- in Economics. Originally from Wilmington, Delaware, you can follow him on Twitter @pfandrews.

Player ratings & analysis: Philadelphia Union 1-3 Toronto FC
Player ratings

Player ratings & analysis: Philadelphia Union 1-3 Toronto FC

Ken Tribbett’s nightmarish performance and an offense that failed to click are the primary culprits in the Union’s 3-1 loss in the playoffs.

Making the playoffs is an achievement. Enjoy it.
Commentary / Union

Making the playoffs is an achievement. Enjoy it.

Worry about the offseason when we get there, says Peter Andrews. The Union aren’t dead yet.

Match report: New York Red Bulls 3-2 Philadelphia Union
Match reports

Match report: New York Red Bulls 3-2 Philadelphia Union

Despite goals by Fabian Herbers and Chris Pontius, Philadelphia Union came up short in a wild affair in Harrison, losing 3-2 to the New York Red Bulls.

Player of the Week: Alejandro Bedoya
Player of the Week

Player of the Week: Alejandro Bedoya

Goals are good. Alejandro Bedoya’s goal was the best goal.

Player of the Week: Tranquillo Barnetta
Player of the Week

Player of the Week: Tranquillo Barnetta

In a week where few players stood out, Tranquillo Barnetta produced the Union’s lone moment of brilliance.

Match report: Chicago Fire 3-0 Philadelphia Union
Match reports / Union

Match report: Chicago Fire 3-0 Philadelphia Union

The Union failed to turn up to Toyota Park, losing 3-0 to basement dwellers Chicago Fire.

Player of the Week: Tranquillo Barnetta
Player of the Week

Player of the Week: Tranquillo Barnetta

Restored to his proper place on the pitch, Tranquillo Barnetta was the most influential Union player in a pair of huge wins last week.

Analysis and player ratings: Union 2-0 Sporting KC
Player ratings

Analysis and player ratings: Union 2-0 Sporting KC

Up a man and a goal, the Union did the hard work necessary to get a big three points.