Articles written by: Peter Andrews

As PSP's Rocky Mountain Bureau Chief, Peter Andrews covers the Union from the far side of the United States. He has reported on the Union and USMNT from ten 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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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
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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
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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?
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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.

Match report: Montreal Impact 0-2 Philadelphia Union
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Match report: Montreal Impact 0-2 Philadelphia Union

Goals from Cory Burke and Haris Medunjanin sparked a changed Union side to their first road win in nearly a year in Montreal on Saturday afternoon.

News roundup: Union tidbits, previewing Toronto, and a howler in Madrid
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News roundup: Union tidbits, previewing Toronto, and a howler in Madrid

It’s a slow Wednesday stateside as Champions League action rages on in Europe. Read on for the news of today.

Wherefore art thou, Derrick Jones?
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Wherefore art thou, Derrick Jones?

The Union’s first Academy product has been a no-show for nearly nine months. Is it time to give him more minutes? PSP’s Peter Andrews on Derrick Jones.

The Union’s short leash
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The Union’s short leash

Maybe the Union’s start to the season isn’t actually that bad. But with results stagnant over three-plus seasons, they long ago lost the benefit of the doubt, writes PSP’s Peter Andrews.

On defense, no news is good news
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On defense, no news is good news

Sure, Saturday’s match was pretty forgettable. But Jim Curtin will be happy with how his young defense is navigating a choppy March schedule, writes PSP’s Peter Andrews.

Lots to like in a low-difficulty opener
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Lots to like in a low-difficulty opener

Sure, the Revs aren’t world-beaters. But the Union’s talented youth and positive mentality fuel a justified optimism. PSP’s Peter Andrews on what we learned from match 1 of 34.