Strange that we seem to be competing with ourselves here.
The commercial department had run summer holidays before to bag some commission for club funds.
But Malcolm Musgrove was pursuing a new initiative that offered a free end-of-season bonding tour to players of pro clubs provided they could get enough paying supporters to turn up. In return, the team would play in a mini tournament. Torquay could not attract enough paying customers to take advantage of the offer.
I don'think the tournament actually went ahead, but not sure. Swindon's archives are non-committal:
I would have thought Fred's anglicised spelling would have been the more commonly used back in 1976 with Malcolm an early adopter of the LL spelling.
In a few years' time, snobs everywhere would be looking down their noses at anyone who pronounced Majorca with a J.
The funny thing is that the Spanish pronounce LL very much like a J, so those who have stuck with Majorca are closer to the Spanish pronunciation than the modern "Myorca" effort. That is of course why Mallorca was anglicised to Majorca in the first place!