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 has reported on the Union and USMNT from eight different venues in the U.S. and Canada, and writes a regular column for PSP. He is a graduate of Berkeley Law School and a proud native of Wilmington, Delaware. Follow him on Twitter @pfandrews.

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World Cup: Predictions

World Cup Predictions: Round two

Staci Klemmer, Jeremy Lane, and Dave Zeitlin lead PSP’s predictions contest through the first round of fixtures.

With eight years to plan, World Cup a massive opportunity for Philadelphia
For Pete's Sake

With eight years to plan, World Cup a massive opportunity for Philadelphia

The World Cup is coming to North America. Peter Andrews on the opportunity that represents for the city and for the Union. Plus, some observations on the Union’s current form.

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World Cup: Predictions

World Cup Predictions: Round one

Who’ll win the bragging rights for this World Cup? PSP staff and friends make their picks for the tournament winner and the first round of matches.

Four things we learned from a home shutout
Analysis / Union

Four things we learned from a home shutout

Missing the core of their midfield, how did the Union fare tactically on Friday night? PSP’s Peter Andrews breaks down the toothless performance against Toronto.

The man for the job: Evaluating Earnie Stewart’s fit with U.S. Soccer
For Pete's Sake / Union

The man for the job: Evaluating Earnie Stewart’s fit with U.S. Soccer

What can we expect with Earnie Stewart at the helm of the U.S. men’s national team? Based on what we’ve seen in his time with the Union, PSP’s Peter Andrews evaluates Stewart’s fitness for his new role.

Match report: Atlanta United 3-1 Philadelphia Union
Union match reports

Match report: Atlanta United 3-1 Philadelphia Union

A wild scene around an early penalty call saw the Union reduced to nine men as Atlanta snapped Philadelphia’s four-game unbeaten run, 3-1.

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For Pete's Sake

One-third of the season gone, who are the Union?

With twelve matches played, what do we know about this season’s Union. PSP’s Peter Andrews gives his answer, and hands out some awards for the first third of the season.

U.S. friendly brings World Cup melancholia to town
For Pete's Sake

U.S. friendly brings World Cup melancholia to town

The U.S. is settling in for an international friendly at Talen this weekend. PSP’s Peter Andrews on why the match can’t help but bring with it the memories of an opportunity lost.

News roundup: Gold Cup, rankings, Steel at home, and crooked refs
Daily news roundups

News roundup: Gold Cup, rankings, Steel at home, and crooked refs

The Steel play at home tonight, reflections on the Union’s past weekend, and news about a future Gold Cup. Also, how not to become a World Cup referee.

Where’s the Union’s passion?
For Pete's Sake

Where’s the Union’s passion?

This year’s Union side has shown little passion throughout its disappointing start to the season. PSP’s Peter Andrews on why there’s no love affair between this team and its fans.