He and his teammates provided a timely response on the pitch, and then the 122-time striker confirmed his continued support for the veteran Italian.
Asked if he expects Trapattoni to lead the nation into the rest of the campaign, Keane said: "Of course, yes.
"Listening to his press conference yesterday, first of all, he's not going anywhere.
"He knows that with the squad of players we have, we are quite capable of qualifying, and I believe we can qualify, there's no question about that.
"I still believe we can qualify and I am sure the manager believes that too, so I believe that the manager will be there with us.
"It's out of my hands, but I am sure every player would probably say the same, we want him to stay and continue this campaign."
Trapattoni got just the response he wanted from his players as they shook off the psychological damage of their German disaster to answer their critics in the best possible way.
They were made to wait until the first minute of the second half to get their noses in front when full-back
It was 2-0 seven minutes later when
Both men claimed it, but Keane was adamant that it was the 55th goal of his international career.
He said: "I definitely did get a little touch on it. I am sure Jon will want it, but listen, I am not really too bothered.
"As long as we got the three points, that was the most important thing."
The Faroes thought they were back in it when substitute Arnbjorn Hansen reduced the deficit with 22 minutes remaining, but Pol Justinussen's own goal and a late header from
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