State of Play: Norwich City – torn between two divisions

NORWICH CITY are a popular football institution, one that is sometimes too strong for second tier football, but often lacks the financial clout to maintain a top level presence. The club has little trouble gaining support at their homely, compact arena, but with the continued polarisation of English and European football, clubs like Norwich may have challenges ahead in finding their true place in the modern game.They will, undoubtedly, have to weigh-up the long-term benefits of speculation or choose a path of realistic sustainability, balancing immediate requirements with ambition and aspiration. If they are seen as a little cautious, Norwich’s experience of life outside the big time has equipped them well to manage expectation and to withstand future crises.

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