Well, from the start of next season at least... For some time now, the HF have been working with the club to move to the centre of the Holmesdale stand (from their current corner position) to create a central 'singing' section across 3+ blocks, as opposed to their current one. Naturally this has caused some upset amongst current central season ticket holders, who will ultimately have to move, albeit not far. The club initially put a stop to the idea, but following huge online support they've now announced it's going ahead from the start of next season. For @FranniesTache and all the other haters, this basically means you'll be seeing a black-cladded, flag-waving wall of noise right behind the goal as opposed to a smaller group of gesticulating rudeboyz by the corner flag. As a long term season ticket holder in Block G (two blocks along from the middle) I have sympathy with those in Block E, but I do think it will benefit the overall atmosphere hugely in the long run. Love them or hate them, the HF have done a massive amount for the atmosphere at Selhurst Park, Wembley and the PL since our promotion in 2013. It's hard to argue they look like bellends (and some of them are), but unlike many modern day fans, they don't rely on the club to supply them with clappy sticks or tacky plastic flags on a matchday. They pay for and create all their own displays and get behind the team non-stop for 90 minutes. They were also big campaigners in lowering Premier League ticket prices. Give me all that over a sterile, silent bowl full of tourists any day of the week.