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.

A chat about the 2017 Union, part 5
Offseason Issues

A chat about the 2017 Union, part 5

Peter Andrews and Dan Walsh wrap their week-long chat about Philadelphia Union by discussing whether the Union should try to sell Andre Blake and whether the pressure is on team chairman Jay Sugarman to start spending more money on players.

A chat about the 2017 Union: Part 4
Offseason Issues

A chat about the 2017 Union: Part 4

Dan Walsh and Peter Andrews have some thoughts about the 2017 Union. About a week’s worth of thoughts, actually. Part four considers what this season holds for Jim Curtin.

A chat about the 2017 Union: Part 3
Offseason Issues

A chat about the 2017 Union: Part 3

Dan Walsh and Peter Andrews have some thoughts about the 2017 Union. About a week’s worth of thoughts, actually. Part three tries to figure out center midfield and defense.

A chat about the 2017 Union: Part 2
Offseason Issues

A chat about the 2017 Union: Part 2

Dan Walsh and Peter Andrews have some thoughts about the 2017 Union. About a week’s worth of thoughts, actually. Part two looks at Roland Alberg, Ilsinho, and the rest of the attack.

A chat about the 2017 Union: Part 1
Offseason Issues

A chat about the 2017 Union: Part 1

PSP’s Dan Walsh and Peter Andrews have some thoughts about the 2017 Union. About a week’s worth of thoughts, actually. Part 1 looks at the striker position.

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.