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. Originally from Wilmington, Delaware, he is a second-year law student at the University of California, Berkeley. Sunil Gulati once gave him an A- in Economics. Follow him on Twitter @pfandrews.

Screenshot of Haris Medunjanin after scoring against D.C. United on May 13, 2017.
Union match reports

Match report: D.C. United 0-4 Philadelphia Union

The Union destroyed an abject D.C. United team 4-0 behind Haris Medunjanin’s dominance in midfield, winning their second consecutive match.

At long last, a smile or two from the Union
For Pete's Sake

At long last, a smile or two from the Union

With the winless streak at 16 games, the weight of the world sat on the Union’s shoulders. Peter Andrews on the joys of breaking the streak.

LA Galaxy v Philadelphia Union, April 29 2017, Peter Andrews
Union match reports

Match report: LA Galaxy 0-0 Philadelphia Union

It was a quiet game in the city of stars, as Philadelphia Union and LA Galaxy played out a scoreless draw on Saturday night.

The defense can’t rest
For Pete's Sake

The defense can’t rest

The Union’s dysfunctional defense is at the heart of their disastrous season. Peter Andrews examines what’s gone wrong and makes the case for switching to a three-man backline.

What else could go wrong? Part 2
Commentary / Featured

What else could go wrong? Part 2

Things are bad. Could they possibly get worse? Peter Andrews calls up his crystal ball guy to get the answers.

Summary of Jim Curtin’s weekly press conference
Press Conference

Summary of Jim Curtin’s weekly press conference

Jim Curtin talked about the value of patience and consistency, the dangers poised by NYCFC, the left back and left wing positions, and much more in his midweek presser.

It’s time to hold Jim Curtin accountable
Commentary

It’s time to hold Jim Curtin accountable

Nothing is working right now in Chester. Peter Andrews explains why Jim Curtin is the man who deserves the lion’s share of the blame for the team’s poor start.

Alejandro Bedoya, for club and country
Commentary / Featured

Alejandro Bedoya, for club and country

After Alejandro Bedoya’s 75-minute appearance for the United States in their demolition of Honduras on Friday night, Peter Andrews discusses the differences in his game when with the national team and with the Union. Plus, Pulisic!

World Cup Qualifying recap: USMNT 6-0 Honduras
USMNT

World Cup Qualifying recap: USMNT 6-0 Honduras

The United States demolished Honduras behind Christian Pulisic and Clint Dempsey in Bruce Arena’s first game back in charge.

Match report: Philadelphia Union 1-2 Orlando City SC
Union match reports

Match report: Philadelphia Union 1-2 Orlando City SC

Cyle Larin proved the difference in the Union’s first loss of the season, a 2-1 defeat in Orlando.