Keegan had a tumultuous 18 month spell as England coach.
â€śIf the next England manager has got to be English, thereâ€™s only one choice - Harry Redknapp,â€ť he told the Mirror. â€śWho else is there?
"Thatâ€™s not being disrespectful to Harry, but heâ€™s the only one with the experience and charisma, unless you want to follow Chelseaâ€™s lead and take a major risk on somebody whoâ€™s 33 or 34.
â€śIf you gave me a blank cheque, and a licence to go out and find the best man for the job anywhere on the planet outside England, my choice would be Guus Hiddink.
â€śHe has been successful all over the world, from Holland to South Korea and Australia, as a national team coach. And he has this knack of getting the best out of his players.
â€śThey loved him at Chelsea when he was brought in for the last three months of the season and they won the FA Cup, and he speaks excellent English so he would have no problem getting his message across.
â€śIt wouldnâ€™t surprise me if that happened. Those players are a lot better than the performances they served up in South Africa.â€ť