Articles written by: Peter Andrews

Peter Andrews is PSP's managing editor and Rocky Mountain Bureau Chief. He has reported on the Union and U.S. national teams from fourteen different venues in the U.S. and Canada, and writes a regular column for PSP. He is a member of the California Bar, a Colorado resident, and a Delaware native. Follow him on Twitter @pfandrews.


The blame game

With another late-game collapse in the books, Peter Andrews looks at Jim Curtin’s preseason comments and asks who’s to blame for this team’s weaknesses.

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Union match reports

Match report: NYCFC 1-1 Philadelphia Union

CJ Sapong’s 87th minute strike ensured the Union returned from New York with a point.


Who do we root for?

On Wednesday night, Jordan Morris caught the eye of millions of USMNT fans. While his future is very much uncertain, he’s already earned a place in the hearts of his fellow diabetics. Peter Andrews explores what Morris means to him.

Player ratings

Analysis and player ratings: Union 2-1 NYCFC

Vincent Nogueira powered the midfield before scoring the stoppage time gamewinner.


What we learned from a Kansas City collapse

Peter Andrews on why he won’t jump on the Mbolhi-bashing train, Jim Curtin’s bizarre substitution patterns, and the benefits of a few position changes.

Union match reports

Match Report: Sporting Kansas City 3-2 Philadelphia Union

Ninety-one minutes of solid work for the Philadelphia Union came to a disastrous end on Sunday night at Sporting Park as two stoppage time goals gave Kansas City the 3-2 win.


Down in the depths

Peter Andrews on how while the Union starting XI looked pretty solid to start the season, after a few injuries, it’s the Union’s depth that looks not good enough. Peter Andrews explores.


Another missed opportunity

Once again, the Union let opportunity slip through their fingers. Peter Andrews on a wasted chance to seize the spotlight.

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Commentary / Opinion

Preseason malaise

After a disappointing offseason, Peter Andrews explains why — for the first time — he can’t muster any excitement for first kick.


Training camp: the battle for places

Although the roster may be in flux, Peter Andrews examines the depth-chart battles to look for during training camp.