Fred Crenstil is the overwhelming favourite to win the Ghana FA vice-presidential elections, GHANAsoccernet.com early opinion polls have shown.
The Hearts of Oak CEO is fighting fellow Executive Committee members Adam Munkaila and MNS Doe to become the second most powerful man in Ghana football.
The Crentsil, who is a hugely popular figure among his colleagues on the Executive Committee, will thrash his two competitors to win seat if the election is held today.
The polls conducted by GHANAsoccernet.com shows that the astute football administrator could win a landslide victory with over 80% of the voters likely to cast their votes for Crentsil.
Doe, according to the polls, will place second while Munkaila will finish at a distant third.
Both men are leaders of the Central Region and Northen Region FA respectively and are counting on the votes of regional FA bosses within the Executive Committee to win the election.
But the polls indicate that even within the regional FA caucus, Crentsil, who has been acting as the vice president of the GFA, will divide their front to garner about 60% of the votes of the regional FA bosses.
With Eastern Region unlikely to vote because of the leadership rumpus there, Doe and Munkaila will have to fight for votes from Central, Brong Ahafo and Northern Regions.
The polls further point that Doe are Munkaila will only get the votes they will cast for themselves if they don’t campaign hard to convince votes.
Voters are unconvinced that Doe and Munkaila will be able to work efficiently when they become the GFA vice president because of distance.
Commuting from Tamale to Accra daily to work will be a huge daily task for Munkaila while Doe will face similar problem with travel from Cape Coast.
The trio are fighting to replace Jordan Anagblah who died three months ago after serving in the position for some few months.
The election to replace him will be held by the end of this month.