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 twelve 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.

For Pete's Sake / Union

With another collapse, Union hit the ceiling of the Jim Curtin era

After another big-game failure, Jim Curtin shouldn’t escape the heat. PSP’s Peter Andrews on why the offseason must start with the search for a new manager.

Postgame analysis: NYCFC 3-1 Union
Analysis / Union

Postgame analysis: NYCFC 3-1 Union

With an all-important rematch against NYC on the horizon, what can the Union learn from Sunday’s shabby outing?

Player of the Week / USL - Bethlehem Steel FC

Player of the Week: James Chambers

Without James Chambers, the Steel wouldn’t have won their first-ever playoff game. He’s the old man on a young team, and he’s PSP’s player of the week.

Photo by Earl Gardner
For Pete's Sake

Five thoughts for the last week of the season

After a toothless loss to the Red Bulls on Sunday, the Union have their playoff positioning in their own hands this weekend. PSP’s Peter Andrews gives five thoughts on the state of the team after 33 matches.

Player of the Week / USL - Bethlehem Steel FC

Player of the Week: Michee Ngalina

Bethlehem Steel qualified for its second consecutive USL playoffs on Sunday night. PSP’s Player of the Week scored the game-winner.

Player of the Week / Union

Player of the Week: Fafa Picault

A brace to clinch a playoff spot and coast into a USMNT call-up? A brilliant Saturday night from Fafa Picault earns him Player of the Week honors.

Raves / Union

Raves: Fabinho, the one who won us over

PSP’s Peter Andrews wraps up our Raves series with his thoughts on Fabinho, a mediocre player but an outstanding representative of the club.

For Pete's Sake

A collective, devastating failure in Houston

PSP’s Peter Andrews provides a postmortem from Houston, where the Union players and coach delivered a dreadful performance at the worst possible time.

Union match reports

U.S. Open Cup final match report: Houston Dynamo 3-0 Philadelphia Union

The Union became the first MLS team to lose three U.S. Open Cups, as Houston Dynamo secured a 3-0 victory and the trophy on a muggy Wednesday night in Texas.

For Pete's Sake

The most democratic dream in American sports

What do the Union have in common with an amateur side in Aurora, Colorado? A dream. Peter Andrews on the U.S. Open Cup and the diverse lives it touches.

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