Articles written by: Pete Mazzaccaro

Pete Mazzaccaro is a lifelong footy fan who has worked as a journalist for the last 20 years. He’s currently the editor of The Chestnut Hill Local in NW Philadelphia. When not rooting for the Union he follows Liverpool Football Club and is happy to watch any match he can find on TV.

MLS set to face toughest rivals: LIGA MX in CONCACAF Champion’s League
Guest Column

MLS set to face toughest rivals: LIGA MX in CONCACAF Champion’s League

Red Bulls toppled Tijuana in Mexico to win the first leg. Is this the year MLS teams will beat Liga MX clubs.

How will US soccer handle El Tri’s summer broadcast invasion?
Guest Column

How will US soccer handle El Tri’s summer broadcast invasion?

The USMNT isn’t going to the World Cup and Fox Sports will be broadcasting El Tri in much of its stead. How will that affect U.S. Soccer going forward?

Can the Union be a destination team for young Americans?
Commentary / Union

Can the Union be a destination team for young Americans?

MLS teams give fewer minutes to young Americans than the biggest European leagues give to their respective domestics. This is an opportunity for the Union. New PSP columnist Pete Mazzaccaro explains.