Articles written by: Peter Andrews

Peter Andrews is PSP's managing editor. He has reported on the Union and U.S. national teams from fifteen different venues in the U.S. and Canada. In his spare time, he practices law at a firm in Philadelphia. Follow him on Twitter @pfandrews.

For Pete's Sake / Season Review

A look back at Ernst Tanner’s offseason moves

PSP’s Peter Andrews examines the moves made by Ernst Tanner last offseason that built a Supporters’ Shield champion.

Philly Soccer Page Info / Season Review

Welcome to the 2020 Union season review

This week, PSP will be breaking down the most successful season in franchise history — and where the Union go from here.

For Pete's Sake

A familiar end

A season of unprecedented success for Philadelphia Union ended in painful fashion. PSP’s Peter Andrews looks at the Union’s playoff loss and the road ahead for the Boys in Blue.

Breaking News

Three Union players named to MLS Bext XI

Andre Blake, Mark McKenzie, and Brendan Aaronson make the Best XI.

For Pete's Sake

A coach grows in Philadelphia

Jim Curtin has delivered the first trophy in club history. PSP’s Peter Andrews on the long-time manager’s Coach of the Year season.

For Pete's Sake

With the Shield in sight, can the Union win the Cup?

After a decade without much playoff success, is this the year it comes together for Philadelphia? Peter Andrews on the promising path ahead.

Breaking News / Transfer News

Union announce transfer of Brenden Aaronson to Red Bull Salzburg

The Medford, N.J. midfielder will depart in January for the largest transfer fee ever for a U.S.-based Homegrown player.

Union match reports

Match report: DC United 2-2 Philadelphia Union

It took a late goal by Mark McKenzie to earn Philadelphia Union a draw against cellar-dweller DC United.

Analysis

Match analysis: Philadelphia Union 2-1 Montreal Impact

The Union have adapted well so far to life without El Brujo. Peter Andrews breaks down yet another home win.

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.