Articles written by: Peter Andrews

Peter Andrews is PSP's managing editor. Since joining the site in 2014, he has reported on the Union and U.S. national teams from fifteen different venues in the U.S. and Canada. Follow him on Twitter @pfandrews.


News and notes from the early part of the Union’s offseason

A contract extension for Jakob Glesnes, Kai Wagner ready to move, and a schedule release lead the news from the last week or so.

Commentary / For Pete's Sake / Union

What might have been

Peter Andrews meditates on the brutal end to the Union’s season, and the valiant effort of the side in defeat.

Breaking News / Coronavirus / Union

Eleven Union players in health and safety protocols

The latest news from Chester with 24 hours to go before the Eastern Conference final.

For Pete's Sake / Union

Everything’s coming up Union

Peter Andrews sets the scene for Sunday’s massive Eastern Conference final, and analyzes reports that FC Cincinnati are after Jim Curtin.

Commentary / For Pete's Sake

Can the Glesnes golazo spark something even more magical?

Saturday night’s winner was unforgettable. Peter Andrews looks at the man, the moment, and the road ahead for the Union.

Union match reports

Playoff match report: Philadelphia Union 1-0 New York Red Bulls (ET)

Jakob Glesnes delivered a moment of unadulterated magic, propelling Philadelphia Union into the next round with a final-minute golazo to remember.

Union match reports

Match report: New York City FC 1-1 Philadelphia Union

The Union secured second place in the East on Decision Day, managing a draw against ten-man NYC FC.

Analysis / For Pete's Sake

More points dropped raise concerns for the Union

Peter Andrews examines the key talking points from a disappointing road draw for the Union.

Commentary / For Pete's Sake

Taking stock of the Union with three games to go

Peter Andrews looks at where the Union are, how they got here, and what to watch for as the playoffs loom.

MLS / Union / Union match reports

Match report: CF Montreal 2-2 Philadelphia Union

A last-minute goal from Montreal’s Sunusi Ibrahim erased a pair of second-half set piece goals for the Union, ensuring the points were shared on Saturday afternoon.