On 5th April , 2006., Juventus will play with Arsenal the Stadio Delle Alpi in the second leg UEFA Champions League Quarter Final. The English Premiership outfit are in a commanding position after goals from Thierry Henry and Cesc Fabregas saw them prevail 2-0 in the first encounter at Highbury eight days ago. But having been crowned European champions twice before, the Bianconeri can not be written off.

Let’s see what chart has to “tell”!

This is the event horary chart cast for the date, time and place where the match was to be held:

Juventues, as a home team, gets 1st house and its ruler Ve at 29Aq43! Oh, no... The 29th degree shows some misfortune connected with the matter; the person or matter asked about is changing, at the end of his rope or patience, or desperate. Venus is peregrine too (without power to do anything to change situation, in Mars term, ruler of Arsenal!). Moon is VOC... and usually that means there will be no change... After I saw this I said: "Juventus has no chance..."

Just to be sure we must examine ruler of 7 house which represents Arsenal. It is Mars (not peregrine) in his own term. Planet strength for Ma is 13 for Ve 8!

So, it is clear that Juventus will not reach the Champions League semi-finals .


After the match on the websites http://www.ireland.com and http://www.juventus.com you could read:

"Arsenal have reached the Champions League semi-finals for the first time after holding 10-man Juventus to a 0-0 second-leg draw in Turin.” "... And Juve's misery was completed when Czech playmaker Pavel Nedved was given his marching orders for two clumsy challenges on the impressive Emmanuel Eboue late in the game. " (Ve, ruler of Juventus, on last degree, misfortune)

A visibly unhappy Giorgio Chiellini gave his thoughts on Juve's elimination from the Champions League:

"We gave everything to try and overturn the 2-0 deficit but unfortunately we couldn’t score. We tried with all our force, knowing that a goal would have heaped the pressure on our opponents and could have changed the outcome of the game. We gave 110% but unfortunately that wasn't enough."