JawZ, with proper strapping you can do a good patch-up job of most joint injuries.
Basically by strapping, you're going to restrict the movement of the ankle to a desired level. You prevent it from twisting to the extremes, so you won't hit those points that cause more pain.
That said, don't take my lead and consistantly play injured, that's a big no-no, and the type of thing only an idiot like me would do. But used as a preventative measure, it's effective.
There's several strapping methods for each joint, but for ankle I'd recommend what PhysioRoom.com called the "figure 8":
I can strap my own shattered ankle much better with this method than any professional physiotherapist ever did for me before a match with other methods.
Also, you'll want to try some strengthening methods as well. In the long term, strapping will have a negative effect on the joint should you choose to give it up one day. You'll injure playing without strapping easier down the track, so use it preventatively now whilst you perform strengthening exercises/stretches as well.
Zahovic, look up your local football federation and look into coaching courses. It's different in all countries, so you may be able to go for a professional course without undertaking junior courses first (as it is in Australia, albeit more expensive). Though I'd recommend the youth courses, as they're more technical based and less tactically based than senior level courses. They give you a few things worth knowing, even if most of it is recycled bullshit.
And even if it is recycled bullshit, you'll be best advised to take the bait and agree 110%. Coaching, unfortunetly, isn't an education where thinking outside the box is rewarded when it comes to courses. What matters more is following their advice to the dime, and past experiences as a player.