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.

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Union match reports

Match report: LA Galaxy 2-0 Philadelphia Union

The Union got outplayed and out-Zlataned on Saturday night in Los Angeles, falling 2-0 to a superior Galaxy side.

USWNT

Offense shines, defense struggles for USWNT as World Cup draws near

The United States women’s national team dropped five goals on Australia in Thursday night’s friendly, but the defense remains a question mark with four games left before the World Cup. Peter Andrews reports from Denver.

Player ratings

Player ratings: Philadelphia Union 3-0 Columbus Crew

The Union picked up their first win of the season on Saturday night. Here are PSP’s player ratings from a strong performance at home.

For Pete's Sake

The gulf

Should Union fans be proud of their team after two straight losses to start the season? Peter Andrews on what Jim Curtin’s postgame comments reveal about the club and its supporters.

Union match reports

Match report: Sporting KC 2-0 Philadelphia Union

Ten-man Philadelphia Union failed to turn up on the road, dropping a 2-0 decision to Sporting KC on Sunday afternoon.

Analysis / For Pete's Sake

Postgame analysis: Union 1-3 Toronto FC

Lineup choices, the end of the right-side tilt, the 3-5-2, and the foibles of Haris Medunjanin. PSP’s Peter Andrews breaks down the good and the bad from a disappointing loss in the season opener.

For Pete's Sake / Season Previews

Grading Ernst Tanner’s offseason moves

Ernst Tanner’s first offseason in Philadelphia is complete. PSP’s Peter Andrews issues a report card for the German’s major transactions.

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Breaking News / Roster News

Breaking: C.J. Sapong traded to Chicago Fire

The Union’s longest-tenured forward is on his way to the Windy City in exchange for allocation money.

Breaking News / Roster News

Breaking: Union sign Marco Fabian

The Union found the impact midfielder they’ve been searching for, announcing the transfer signing of Mexico international Marco Fabian from Eintracht Frankfurt.

Breaking News / Roster News

Union sign left back Kai Wagner

Kai Wagner, a 21-year-old left back, joins the Union from Germany’s third division.