That's for another forum. Let's keep to price-saving hot deals here.
Agreed, physiological differences, yes, assuming every male and every female are presumed to grow to their full physical potential and then compared only on that, but struggle to agree that this somehow relates to how good a standard of player in real world terms this produces. Comparing all the greatest ever male (and female) players shows a massive difference if only taking into account their "biological and physical" attributes. Surely, even if only comparing males with other males, there's more to any footballer than just physical potential. I'd take Pele, Owen or Vardy over Sol Campbell anyday in my starting 11.
You don't seem to think there's biological athletic and physical differences between men and women when it's a fact that there is. Womens football would not be at the same standard or higher regardless of what you suggested.
Which part doesn't make sense to you? We'll try and explain it for you.
The women's game has come on huge leaps and bounds. To the point where I will always watch the Lionesses play in Major competitions now. The great thing is, at the rate things are improving. The best is yet to come in the women's game. However, I must say that the goalkeepers for some reason are absolutely shocking across the board. And I can't figure out why that would be? Anyway, I'd pay to watch professionals who represent our great country. Regardless of gender 8)