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 fifteen 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.

Daily news roundups

News roundup: Soccer shuts down and Carlos Cordeiro resigns

So much news, so little of it on the pitch.

Breaking News

BREAKING: MLS season suspended for 30 days due to coronavirus

After two games, the MLS season is on hold.

For Pete's Sake

Work to be done after lackluster start for the Union

PSP’s Peter Andrews explains why there is reason for both alarm and patience after a disappointing start to the Union’s season.

Union match reports

Match report: FC Dallas 2-0 Philadelphia Union

Philadelphia opened a new campaign with a 2-0 defeat in Frisco, Texas.

Daily news roundups

News roundup: Notes from preseason and incoming kit bonanza

Plus, Ilsinho doing Ilsinho things and a war of words in Barcelona.

For Pete's Sake

Glesnes signing completes the defensive depth chart

The acquisition of Norwegian center back Jakob Glenses makes sense for the Union both on and off the pitch, writes PSP’s Peter Andrews.

Daily news roundups

News roundup: Ilsinho back

Plus, a look back at the era of miniscule minimum salaries in MLS.

Preseason / Union

As preseason opens, Union sign defensive midfielder Matej Oravec

The 21-year-old joins for an undisclosed transfer fee. Plus, notes from the first day of preseason, including absences from Kacper Przybylko and Ilsinho.

Featured / Philly Soccer Page Info

Help wanted at PSP

PSP is looking for volunteer writers and a videographer. If you’ve ever wanted to be part of the team, we want to hear from you.

For Pete's Sake / Union

A look at the Union’s offseason so far

With one week until the Union open preseason, PSP’s Peter Andrews takes a look at the big moves of the offseason so far—and what moves might still be coming.