Articles written by: Shayan Waseh

Shayan is a medical student in Philadelphia that would much rather watch and play soccer than do anything else. Originally from Buffalo, NY, he lived in Philadelphia for a few years before moving to his current home in South Jersey with his wife. If you attend Union matches, you'll recognize him by his groans directed at the referee. Follow me on Twitter: @shayan_waseh

Commentary / Postgame

Postgame analysis: Philadelphia Union 2-2 Orlando City SC

Shayan Waseh breaks down the good, the bad, and the ugly from the Union’s draw against Orlando City.

Commentary / Opinion

Where are they now? Taking a look at the Union’s 2018-2019 trades

How do Ernst Tanner’s moves look now that they have had some time to see results?

Analysis / Match stats / Postgame

Postgame analysis: Philadelphia Union 3-2 New York Red Bulls

PSP’s Shayan Waseh breaks down the good (Ilsinho) and the bad (late runners) from Saturday’s big win.

Match previews

Match preview: Philadelphia Union vs. New York Red Bulls

Shayan Waseh brings you up to speed before tomorrow’s match between Philadelphia Union and New York Red Bulls.

Analysis / Commentary

Postgame analysis: Philadelphia Union 1-3 Portland Timbers

What can the Union learn from the Portland match? PSP’s Shayan Waseh examines the club’s first loss since early April.

Analysis / Commentary

Postgame analysis: Philadelphia Union 2 – Toronto FC 1

Shayan Waseh breaks down the Union’s victory over Toronto.

Match previews

Match preview: Philadelphia Union vs. New England Revolution

Shayan Waseh breaks down the Union’s next match.

Analysis / Commentary

Postgame analysis: Philadelphia Union 3-0 Montreal Impact

Shayan Waseh breaks down the Union’s victory against Montreal Impact.

Analysis / Commentary

The Union need pragmatism to go the extra mile

What’s been holding the Union back this season? PSP’s Shayan Waseh argues that the team needs an extra dose of caution.

Commentary / Union

Philadelphia and the set piece

While Philadelphia Union have begun to tap their potential in players like Kai Wagner and David Accam, the one area where the Union have yet to translate raw opportunity into tangible advantage is their set-piece game.