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.

Work to be done in the Union’s last week of preseason
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Work to be done in the Union’s last week of preseason

Three storylines to watch as the Union enter their final week of preseason.

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Five camp battles to watch for the Union

With the first scrimmage approaching, the Union’s depth chart remains foggy. PSP’s Peter Andrews reviews five interesting position battles that will define preseason.

Union sign Andre Blake to extension
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Union sign Andre Blake to extension

Star goalkeeper Andre Blake signed a multi-year extension with the Union, the club announced today.

Tone deaf
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Tone deaf

The Union have done nothing this offseason. Peter Andrews suggests that their social media team go dark, too.

College Cup showcases Philly’s skill as a host
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College Cup showcases Philly’s skill as a host

After the College Cup and a chance at World Cup matches on the horizon, Talen Energy Stadium is a perfect host to big games.

Season review: The personnel moves
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Season review: The personnel moves

How did Earnie Stewart’s acquisitions fare in the 2017 season? Was his decision not to upgrade the team in-season prudent? Peter Andrews reviews the year that was.

The Sugarman question
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The Sugarman question

Can the Union ever be a top team with Jay Sugarman as their owner? Even though the path to getting there is very narrow, Peter Andrews says yes.

The same old same old from the Union
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The same old same old from the Union

With nothing to lose, the Union trotted out the same old lineup on Sunday. Peter Andrews responds with a column made of old sentences from his previous columns.

Disaster
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Disaster

It’s all over. Peter Andrews on U.S. Soccer’s ultimate nightmare.

Five thoughts after a Union win
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Five thoughts after a Union win

Out of nowhere, the Union produced a great home win. But what does it mean in the broader context? Peter Andrews offers five thoughts (and a sub-thought) about the Union as the calendar turns toward October.