A season long stay at Spurs saw Bill Kaine vie for the goalkeeper's position with a number of other candidates, but noen made the position their own.
Starting with a junior Stirling Athletic club in Dagenham close to his East London home, Bill Kaine was signed up by West Ham United in 1923 and came to White Hart Lane two years later as competition for the goalkeeper's gloves, currently held by Fred Hinton.
However, the move did not work out, as Spurs went through four goalkeepers in the 1925-26 season, with none impressing that much. Bill was used in 12 games, as Hinton, Jimmy Smith and John Brittan also took their place between the sticks during that campaign.
Released by the club, Kaine went on to play at Luton Town and Bradford City.
Bill Kaine died on 3rd November 1968 in Beckenham, Kent.