Broward Sheriff’s Office investigators confirm an assistant coach for the West Park Saints may face charges after he was captured on video assaulting a referee after a Saturday night game against the Miramar Patriots at Mctyre Park. The clip, which was uploaded to YouTube by the account “Wishit Couldbeaboutthekids,” shows a man identified as Saints assistant Dion Robinson, 43, run up to referee Andrew Keigans and slap him on the face. According to an incident report, Keigans called an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty on Robinson after hearing him make derogatory comments on the sidelines. Incensed, Robinson ran onto the field to confront Keigans, who decided to end the game because a coach entered the field of play. But though he was initially being held back, Robinson broke free and ran from behind to slap a departing Keigans in the face as parents and coaches flooded the field. The smack sent Keigans sprawling to the ground. Police indicated Robinson will be charged with assault as soon as he can be located. Youth league play in the football-fertile grounds of Broward and Miami-Dade has long been controversial and sometimes dangerous, with three people shot at a game in September in Overtown.