There's a belief at the Canberra Raiders they would be a shadow of the same strong club they are if Tevita Pangai jnr was still with the Green Machine. It's a case of buyer beware with the wantaway Brisbane Bronco, highlighted not just by his time with the Queensland glamour club, but also his time in Canberra. At the moment all the focus is on Pangai's Apollo protocol breaches, which appear to form part of an agitation to get away from the struggling Broncos. Why else would he attend the opening of a barbershop - that coincidentally had ties to the Mongols bikie gang - just days after his former coach Wayne Bennett put every NRL player under the spotlight following his own inability to obey the rules. He'd have to have been living under a rock to think nothing would come of it.