NORWICH CITY are one of football’s yo-yo clubs, bouncing between divisions with regularity, mostly without a sense of panic that grips many clubs when they suffer reversals. The club is also one of those football institutions that people genuinely like – unthreatening, unassuming and surviving on a diet of little victories and the ability to periodically mount a successful promotion campaign. In the modern game, clubs like Norwich have no alternative unless a Russian oligarch flies over East Anglia and takes a fancy to Carrow Road. Norwich are back in the Premier League and it’s tough. After losing at home to Watford, they fell to the bottom of the table and extended a miserable sequence to six defeats in seven games. They’ve won just…