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.

Casa Soccer League / Local

CASA Soccer League match reports, matchday two

Catch up on the latest action from the Delaware Valley’s largest amateur league.

Philly Soccer Page Info

Ten thousand posts

We’ve now published 10,000 posts on the Philly Soccer Page. Thank you.

Roster News

Report: Union agree transfer of Brendan Aaronson to Red Bull Salzburg

MLSsoccer.com reports that a move to Austria has been verbally agreed for the Union’s Homegrown midfielder.

Analysis

Match analysis: Montreal Impact 1-4 Philadelphia Union

PSP’s Peter Andrews on why Mark McKenzie is the Union’s best player, and other observations from Sunday’s blowout win.

Analysis

Match analysis: New York Red Bulls 0-3 Philadelphia Union

Peter Andrews takes a closer look at the Union’s big win in New Jersey.

Union match reports

Match report: New York Red Bulls 0-3 Philadelphia Union

Philadelphia ran rampant at Red Bull Arena, picking up three points on the back of three excellent goals.

For Pete's Sake / Union

In an empty Subaru Park, the Union are firing on all cylinders

Peter Andrews on what’s sparked two good wins from an in-form Union side.

Union match reports

Match report: New England Revolution 0-0 Philadelphia Union

The Union returned to regular season play with a forgettable 0-0 draw against New England.

Breaking News

Union return to regular season play with six games beginning August 21

The league announced plans for resumption of the MLS regular season in home markets on Saturday morning.

For Pete's Sake

Familiar and unfamiliar

The Union’s MLS is Back Tournament run came to an end against Portland. PSP’s Peter Andrews looks at the game and the big picture as the club leaves Orlando.