The team was formed in 1999 and joined the league in the same year.
They have failed to finish in the top three for 12 seasons and are now the long-serving members of Division One. With 46 points, they have finished 12th season on 17th position in the 22-member league.
Sponsor of the team, Sella Nkhonjera, has described the development as a disaster, which she attributed to playersâ€™ lack of discipline and commitment.
Nkhonjera also blamed the sad development on veteran players within the community for failing to support the team through drilling the youngsters.
But the sponsor still believes that the gods will smile at the team one day.
However, one of the longest serving members in the team, Anthony Yoyola, who is coach and player; and captain Dick Matenje, blame the unsuccessful story on poor administration.
â€œWe need a fullyfledged technical committee to run the team. As of now, the team is being run by the sponsor, the coach and the captain only,â€ said Yoyola.
On his part, Matenje said: â€œThere is need introduce incentives to motivate the players.â€
At one point, the team asked the league to favour it with promotion to the Premier Division on grounds of being the oldest team in the league, but the leagueâ€™s fixtures secretary Edman Msokera said that did not happen because there is no provision for that in the statutes..
Ossa Stars pioneers include Silver Strikers caretaker coach Hellings Mwakasungula, former goalkeeper Bright Nyirongo and former Blue Eagles striker Gabriel Chirwa.